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Sitting in Empty Room

THIS IS HOW
IT HAPPENED

Her voice echoed in my soul and filled me with the conviction that we needed to go beyond just the...

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During a reflective discussion with a group, following a profound experience, a woman expressed with tears streaming down her face  that despite the fact that women had finally been invited to the table they were still being silenced and had no voice.

 

Her voice echoed in my soul and filled me with the conviction that we needed to go beyond just the TV ratings. This heartfelt moment ignited convition and passion, igniting purpose to translate dialogue into tangible change, birthing the idea of Sisterhood Sunday.

Hosting an intimate gathering with 20 women, including those from the initial discussion, sparked genuinely hard conversations and solutions that are rarely had in the spaces we sit in. The meeting then turned into a place of transparency and healing in so much, they encouraged me to provide this space monthly. And the very next month over 65 attendees showed up which highlighted the transformative power of authentic connection and community.

 

We have now broadened our scope to encompass education, collaboration, and inspiration within a safe and supportive environment that we now call Sisterhood University. We are where women eagerly join us to champion each other's dreams and visions, fostering a culture of mutual promotion and empowerment.

Meka Da'Veas

CEO & Founder

"When we come together in community, we create a space where everyone's strengths can shine and weaknesses find understanding."

— Meka

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