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→
is committed to inclusive social justice and bringing the heart back into economic development- Mary embraces an intersectional approach to creating collaborative economies that benefit people, and the elements of earth, air and water. [Canadian national]
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] www.brownbuttonfoundation.org
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]
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]
is a women’s rights activist, journalist and CEO of StoryKitchen. Jaya and her team work with survivors of armed conflict to tell their stories and organize for justice and reconciliation. www.storykitchen.org [Nepali national].
is committed to working with marginalized populations with particular focus on women in children in advancing their aspirations and wellbeing using community centered approaches.