SEA

The SEA is Here!

 

We are pleased to announce that Sisterhood Agenda’s SEA:  Sisterhood Empowerment Academy eco-headquarters is now open for services.  At our Celebration of the SEA event on August 18, 2017, we expressed gratitude for all of our donors and contractors who helped us with the building project.  At this event, attended by 21 guests from St. John, St. Thomas, Washington, DC, and North Carolina, we also reviewed the history of Sisterhood Agenda and the services that will be offered at the SEA.

The SEA is a centralized center for education, training, women’s support and empowerment. With its programs, Sister Circles, SEA Retreats and counseling services, the SEA brings women and girls together around the globe to heal, learn, and grow together in the spirit of the sisterhood.

Elaine Francis, Angela D. Coleman, and Anique Harrigan enjoy the back porch at the SEA.

Our SEA Building Process 2015-2017 slideshow demonstrated the commitment of our team in making the dream of the SEA a reality.  Wow, what a lot of work!  Yet, the cause was too great to give up.

SEE OUR BLOG FOR MORE BUILDING SLIDESHOWS

Sisterhood Agenda awarded several Certificates of Appreciation to special individuals who made a positive difference:

  • Vincent Powell
  • William Willigerod
  • Monjia Belizaire
  • Robert Durkee
  • Nancy Danch
  • Claude Coleman, Jr.
  • Don & Safia Durante
Vincent Powell and Claude Coleman, Jr. show their certificates near the front entrance.

Thank you Amy & St. John Catering for your special donation of catering services:

Food by St. John Catering included: grain salad with beans, fresh herbs and red wine vinaigrette, roasted root vegetable salad with pesto and mushrooms, organic greens salad with mixed vegetables and papaya seed vinaigrette, bread with chili-honey butter, shrimp and tomato skewers with avocado dressing, curry chicken. and chocolate chip cookies. 
Angela D. Coleman and Chef Pat during the Celebration of the SEA event.

A special thank you to our sponsors:

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED SISTERHOOD AGENDA BUILD THE SEA!

 

 

 

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