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Engaging Voters, Lifting Voices & Making Change. Our Sisters Civic Circle leaders work hard all year long. And now they’re ready to celebrate by sharing their JOY. From visiting the City of Lights to savoring the sweetness of sisterhood and embracing graduation triumphs, these leaders share what brought them JOY in 2023.


Janice Robinson, North Carolina

Getting the news that we were getting Vice President Harris for a virtual event tomorrow night in partnership with Sisters Lead Sisters Vote and Win with Black Women! This was a personal project I embarked upon and am so encouraged to see it come to fruition via this powerful collaboration!


Salandra Benton, Florida

The Power Of The Ballot Tour. It was a joy to see so many young people being engaged around Civic Engagement and wanting to be a part of making sure our community and Black History is not Erased.


Krysta Jones, Virginia

I thoroughly enjoyed my time in London and Paris in October at The Links, Incorporated Global Black Women’s Summit. I explored the African influence in Paris with a tour which ranged from the Egyptians to Josephine Baker.  It was a great opportunity to relax, learn and explore.

And celebrated my 24th Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Founders’ Day with some of the amazing women I know – working to exemplify scholarship, service, finer womanhood and sisterhood!


Cassandra Brown, Florida

My oldest most favorite 23 year old graduated with a degree in Social Work from Bennett College and started her accelerated track for her Masters in Social Work at Savannah State. She is focused and determined to show up at any given moment as her best possible self at that time.


Jovida Hill, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia’s success in electing its first woman mayor, African American Mayor-Elect Cherelle Parker who will take the reigns as city’s 100th mayor.