For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me. Matthew 25- 35-40 This mantra speaks to the heart of the organization’s Founder and Visionary, Carolyn White-Washington, who birthed the organization in 1999 as a result of an overwhelming call to open her heart and home to women in need. After the loss of both parents, in her early 20’s, Carolyn, an only child experienced first hand depression, anxiety and life uncertainties leading her to have an open heart for broken women and girls A survivor of sexual assault and abuse at an early age .Carolyn understood the power of sharing and healing through a safe, holistic space. The purpose of the Sisterhood was to connect stronger and more confident women with those who were more vulnerable and in need with nurturing. support and direct services. Carolyn continues to lend her voice to the organizations mission and goals towards turning life’s trauma into triumph for women and girls of all ages and walks of life. TOGETHER We Can
Armetta Allen has served as a faithful leader in the Sisterhood for 18 years. Her relentless dedication and hard work to improve the lives of women and girls has been priceless. She has been an essential part of the 20+ year history of the organization. She has been a key team leader in fulfilling the goals and mission of the organization A career government professional Armetta continues to share her time ,talent. and resources in uplifting women and girls in transition.
For over 14 years Valerie Battle has served with heart, compassion and impact in supporting women and girls in need. . Her dedication and support have been priceless as she shares her outstanding organizational and management skills towards the transformation for women and girls. As a retired government manager Valerie shares her gifts and talents in managing the day to day operations of the Sisterhood.