Sisterese, the language of sisters, on is a Women-centric  discussion and networking group for women and for the men who intentionally work to support women causes.

Location: Hartford, CT, USA
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Sisterese, the Language of Sisters

Sisterese, the Language of Sisters, on is sponsored by

Joyce White Nelson of

Sisterese is a discussion and networking group for women and men who intentionally work to support their causes.

Our goal is to empower, connect, achieve equality, and elevate the standard of networking for women worldwide through advocacy & knowledge sharing.

Here at Sisterese we provide a forum where women can connect with each other and also connect with men who believe in supporting women's causes.


  1. #1. Sisterese seeks to financially empower women through development of effective networking skills.
  2.  #2. Sisterese seeks to enhance the power of women by establishing effective/cooperative communication between women and men.
  3. #3. Sisterese believes that there is an extremely important need for women and men to be able to find commonality of purpose rather than accentuating differences in superficial styles.

Whether you are male or female, we welcome you to Sisterese - a group for women and men who care about women's issues - a group of men and women who know that we're in life and business, together and who PREFER it that way...

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Comment by Joyce White Nelson on September 23, 2014 at 12:52pm

Enjoy this simple #Smiletest today. #ROAR! "A warm smile is the universal language of kindness."

Comment by Joyce White Nelson on September 2, 2014 at 10:48am

Let's Take Action with ideas that will inspire others each day leading up to Sept.21, 2014!   What will you do to demonstrate gratitude in your personal and professional life?     Your comments will motivate the our group and beyond!  

Comment by Joyce White Nelson on August 26, 2014 at 6:17pm

Comment by Joyce White Nelson on August 26, 2014 at 12:29pm

Hello Paola Devescovi, That is wonderful, Thank you. I just sent you a friend request.  There are women from the UK and all over the world in this even I have posted also here on Brandergy.  Lets connect.

Comment by Paola Devescovi on August 25, 2014 at 11:38am

Your may be interested in this event taking place in the UK in October:

Comment by Joyce White Nelson on August 25, 2014 at 11:28am

"When someone does something good, applaud! You will make two people happy."
Movie Producer, Samuel Goldwyn

Today you may acknowledge someone for something they have done--listen for their response to your praise and see how you feel about it.

Comment by Joyce White Nelson on August 20, 2014 at 10:56pm

Hello Ladies! I invite you to connect with me and each other.  Let's get this journey started here in the group called Women.  Remember, " I Am Woman Hear me Roar"? 

Let our voice be heard to each other and begin our journey of contributing to each others joy and prosperity. 

Always thankful.

Joyce White Nelson

Comment by Vincent Wright on September 2, 2013 at 7:48pm
In great appreciation of Diana Nyad's monumental accomplishment at age 64!! (SEE:  )

Do It And None'll Argue. Now, You Are Destiny's. (D.I.A.N.A. N.Y.A.D.) @diananyad #DestinysChild #WhenIm64 #XtremeDream

  1. Destiny's Child "Say My Name" 
  2. Beatles' "When I'm 64"
Comment by Melissa Ruth on February 7, 2013 at 12:20am
Hello everyone! Hopefully this week is treating you well. If you are anything like me, you might be a member of multiple womens groups on LinkedIn and many other places. You have Facebook, Pinterest, and now Brandergy. How do you get truly connected when you are so connected?
My hope is that this group will connect each of you in a rich, rewarding way.
Comment by Loretta Faheem on December 5, 2012 at 9:41pm

Racing Toward Diversity Magazine recently interviewed Loretta Fahee...

Should anything be done about asking for donations to help with Funeral costs? 

RTD: Loretta - Welcome to Racing Toward Diversity's blog - Will you tell us a little about yourself and how you came to know so much about this subject? 

Loretta:  I married a Lutheran Pastor on December 28, 1991.  When we married, I had a house in Chicago, had a BA in Criminal Justice and worked for the criminal justice system in Cook County. Although I had a closet full of clothes and enjoyed the “single life”, there was a void. My husband filled that void. 

On May 28, 1993, my husband was diagnosed with colon cancer. I was 9 months pregnant. Our son was born on June 21, 1993. My husband passed away on August 15, 1996. He did not have Life Insurance. As such, I can speak to the financial challenges our son and I have endured as a consequence. 

Earlier this year, the Funeral Director of Carter Funeral Chapels in Chicago learned that he was $50,000 in debt to the electric company. The reason, he said, was because he’d performed burial and related services for families who didn’t have Life Insurance and, thereby, couldn’t afford to pay him. He further stated that “it was not uncommon for hats to be passed at Funerals to help defray the expenses”.  

RTD: What type of planning should occur? 

Loretta: Couples should make their Life Insurance needs assessment a joint decision. Single persons should make their family members aware of the existence of their Life Insurance policy and where it can be located, when necessary. Beneficiaries, primary and contingent, should be updated as necessary. 

RTD:  What happens if you don't do any planning?  

Loretta:  When there is no planning, unfortunately, the family will be burdened with the payment of Final Expenses. Moreover, if there is a Mortgage when the primary wage earner passes away and the income of the surviving spouse is insufficient, the house could end up in foreclosure. 

RTD:  What is your recommendation? 

Loretta:  My recommendation is to have a Life Insurance Policy in place, along with a Will. A Life Insurance Policy with a Death Benefit of at least $30,000 is adequate to cover Final Expenses.  Also, know that the younger you are when you get your policy, the less expensive it is.  Additionally, smokers pay higher premiums. 

RTD: How can people get more information and contact you? 

Loretta:  Please contact me at (919) 259-4742 with any questions or comments.


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