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2024 STSI GALA
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Sister to Sister International, Inc. (STSI) is a non-profit and non-governmental organization that aims to connect, advance and strengthen women,

girls and families of African descent worldwide by linking them to available resources.

Our organization achieves this goal through education, advocacy and by promoting African culture. One of our primary objectives is to

develop healthy lifestyles among our members.

 

We focus on Health and Wellness, Education and Global Affairs to achieve this. To support our objectives, we organize health symposia and campaigns, personal and professional development workshops and seminars, fundraisers to enable charitable contributions and student scholarships,

global briefings, communications & academic enrichment programs for youth, and publish periodic newsletters and a news flash to

promote advocacy and information sharing.

We also engage in dialogue with legislators on key issues affecting women and families, support UN conferences, network with women from all

over the world, and collaborate with partners to advance our causes.

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PLATFORM FOR ACTION WORKGROUPS

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JUVENILE

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SOCIAL JUSTICE

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S.T.E.A.M.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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PROSPERITY

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GLOBAL AFFAIRS

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HEALTH 

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WELLNESS

  • 30th Anniversary Celebration - The Gala
    30th Anniversary Celebration - The Gala
    Thu, Sep 26
    Glen Island Harbour Club
    Sep 26, 2024, 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
    Glen Island Harbour Club, 50 Glen Island Park Wedding Venue, Weyman Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10805, USA
    Sep 26, 2024, 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
    Glen Island Harbour Club, 50 Glen Island Park Wedding Venue, Weyman Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10805, USA
    Sister to Sister International, Inc. is proud to celebrate 30 Years of Service to Westchester and beyond. We invite you to celebrate with us on Thursday, September 26, 2024 - An Evening Benefiting Black and Brown Women and Girls' Initiatives. https://www.s2si.org/stsi-events/30yeargalacelebration

Join the Movement and Help STSI Make a Difference

We hope we can count on you to be a part of our MOVEMENT to enrich the lives of girls!

Click here to donate today!

The Westchester Black Maternal and Child Center of Excellence (WBMCCE) facilitates public awareness, improved social determinants of health and the elimination of racial biases that negatively impact black maternal health outcomes. ​

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Sister to Sister International, Inc.

2023 | Photo Recap

Cheryl Brannan is honored at 914 's 2022 Women in Business Luncheon

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STSI Magazine Mentions

Page 35 Founder Spotlight | Page 64 Racial Equality Quote - Cheryl Brannan | Page 66 STSI Member Photo & Caption

Page 102 Giving Guide Features STSI & Encourages Giving

Sister to Sister, Inc. Still I Rise Repo

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We are proud to unveil this baseline research report that provides a snapshot on Black women and girls in Westchester County. This report entitled,

Still I Rise”

is an extension of our work that began in 2015 with the Obama White House Council on Women and Girls. We have since utilized a collective impact framework and built a cross-section of over 25 stakeholders, working collaboratively to improve outcomes for Black women and girls in Westchester related to STEM, STEAM and Health Curricula and Careers; Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Maternal Health and Healthy Lifestyles; Suspensions, Trauma & the Juvenile Justice System and Entrepreneurship, Pay Equity and Economic Prosperity.


This groundbreaking research is meant to bolster our efforts and assist us in managing by fact. This report is also a testament to the resilience of Black women and girls, many of whom have achieved against the odds, rising to key positions, in government, like the Hon. Andrea Stewart Cousins, NYS Senate Majority Leader. She is the first woman to hold this position in NYS, as well as other Black women who have been trailblazers in the judicial, business, academia, and the arts, to name a few.

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