SEE YOU IN 2021
An incredible year of resilience and community.
That's a wrap for 2020!
This year, we launched The Sister Sister Network Africa, offered one of our members a place at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford's Online Women's Leadership Programme, and hosted over 1000 attendees at our 2020 sessions.
We are proud of what we have achieved with the support of our amazing volunteers.
Thank you for being part of our community.
We will be back in 2021, stronger and better, together.
Till then, stay safe.
THE SISTER SISTER GLOBAL NETWORK AT A GLANCE
A growing global community of women leaders
A lot of work has been done over the years to promote gender equality, women's empowerment, and more representation in leadership for women globally. However, we know that women still face significant challenges and remain underrepresented across industry, politics, business, sport, and other key areas.
The Sister Sister Network is a registered social-enterprise contributing to women's empowerment through the provision of accessible and empowering leadership and personal development capacity-building programmes curated for women at different stages of their leadership journeys.
Our diverse community of over 10,000 women, periodic Leadership for Women Forums® and Arise Women’s Summit aims to boost confidence, growth and effective leadership practice through training, storytelling and networking opportunities for women.
From business owners to career professionals and future leaders our events offer advice, peer support, coaching and guidance on key issues impacting women today!
Making A Difference
BUILDING COMMUNITIES OF INSPIRING WOMEN
PROVIDING LEADERSHIP AND SELF-DEVELOPMENT CAPACITY BUILDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN
ELEVATING AND CHAMPIONING THE VOICES OF WOMEN
WHAT WE DO
INSPIRING LEADERSHIP EVENTS
Free global leadership forums.
BUILDING A GLOBAL COMMUNITY
10,000+ women and counting across the globe.
Linking women with opportunities to advance their leadership journeys.
SUPPORTING GRASSROOT ORGANISATIONS
Offering support to other organisations supporting women.
Out of $85 Billion in venture capital funding in 2018, only 2.2 Percent Went to Female Founders. And Every Year, Women of Color Get Less Than 1 Percent of Total Funding.