Sisterhood Agenda is a global, award-winning nonprofit organization that was started in 1994 by Princeton graduate and Ashoka Fellow Angela D. Coleman to uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls. Sisterhood Agenda creates and implements activities for women and girls with special emphasis on females of African descent who are historically at risk, traditionally underserved and marginalized. Sisterhood Agenda addresses their social, health, economic and cultural issues.
Sisterhood Agenda Global Training Academy projects include: Sisters: Healthy & Empowered (SHE) Weight Control, Health & Wellness System, Sisters In Business, and the Global Sisterhood Conference (2012) to foster health, healing, education, and empowerment through global sisterhood.
Sisterhood Agenda's social impact is expanded through partnerships with over 3,000 agencies, individuals and businesses in 32 countries, impacting over 5 million women and girls annually.