Sisters Ink is a peer coaching and consulting group of self-employed women striving for economic justice and gender equity.



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We facilitate strategy through dialogue, theory of change processes and scenario-building  MORE→


Our analysis and evaluations use a unique mix of solidarity economics, feminist and systems thinking.  MORE→


We are changing the narratives through coaching, facilitation, online learning and networking. 

we are…

Nanci lee

is a poet, adult educator and analyst committed to networks and alternative economic models that support greater voice, choice and rights, gender justice. [Canadian national]


is an economist (Phd) committed to inclusive economies and just social policy, participation and asset ownership for vulnerable groups. [Mexican national]

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Adepeju jaiyeoba

is an award winning social entrepreneur with specialties across health care, sexual reproductive health and rights as well as economic empowerment of women in African and other low income and excluded communities. [Nigerian national]

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meryem faris

is a multilingual strategist in the MENA region committed to capacity building, women's economic empowerment and microfinance that is serious about gender equity and social impact. [Moroccan national]


is a digital entrepreneur and women's rights activist who has won awards for creating online sharing platforms for empowering women and youth, other systemically marginalized groups. [Pakistani national]


is a passionate mentor and advocate for women and girls who works to empower grassroots communities especially those affected by HIV. [Zambian national]

Photo credit: Stephen Lewis Foundation

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SABRINA Beeler Stücklin

is a social anthropologist (PhD) who believes that key to change and financial inclusion is building solutions
based on an in-depth understanding of context, power relations and vulnerabilities. [Swiss-Italian national]

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is a women’s rights activist, journalist and CE of Storykitchen, a Nepali organizatiois a women’s rights activist, journalist and CE of Storykitchen, a Nepali organization that supports survivors of armed conflict to tell their stories and organize. [Nepali national].


BARBARA CHisangano

is committed to working with marginalized populations with particular focus on women in children in advancing their aspirations and wellbeing using community centered approaches.



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