Annual Report - Sisters Network Inc.

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Annual Report - Sisters Network Inc.
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NATIONAL SIGNATURE LITHOGRAPH
by Fine Arts Bettie K. Eubanks
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Sisters Network® Inc.
National Headquarters
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NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION 6
FOUNDER’S MESSAGE 8
ABOUT US 9
NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS 12
NATIONAL MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD 14
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS STAFF 17
NATIONAL PROGRAMS 18
COLLABORATION & PARTNERSHIPS 20
HIGHLIGHTS 22
STOP THE SILENCE® WALK 27
CONFERENCE 30
AFFILIATE CHAPTER OUTREACH 32
DONORS 36
FINANCIAL SUMMARY 42
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THE VISION CONTINUES...
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MISSION
Sisters Network® Inc. is committed to increasing local and national attention to the
devastating impact that breast cancer has in African American community.
NATIONAL CREED
In Unity there is
Strength
In Strength there is
Power
In Power there is
Change
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© KEJ, 1995
FOUNDER’S MESSAGE
Greetings,
As we “Celebrate 19 Years of Survivorship,” I am reflecting on the many accomplishments of
Sisters Network® Inc., and the lifesaving breast cancer outreach work that our national network of
African American breast cancer survivors continue to do each and every day. I can say that I am
truly proud and honored to be in the company of my Sisters.
For two decades, Sisters Network national office, our affiliate membership base, friends &
family have worked diligently to lay a strong foundation for our organization. The year 2013
was no exception. Sisters Network formed new community partnerships, expanded outreach
initiatives, created new national initiatives and took our leadership and advocacy work to the
next level all while remaining fiscally strong. Sisters Network is fortunate and grateful that our
various streams of financial and volunteer support have been maintained allowing us to continue
to focus on our very important national mission of educating African American women about the
devastating impact of breast cancer and saving lives.
As the CEO of a nationally recognized organization, I am still in awe by the lives that
Sisters Network touches every day whether it is through our chapter survivor socials; national
outreach initiatives; providing funds to survivors and free mammograms for those who are un/
underinsured through our Breast Cancer Assistance Program (BCAP); or walking in unity with
survivors, their families and the community during Sisters Network Stop the Silence Annual
Breast Cancer 5k walk/run.
While we continue to be grateful for the many successes we experience; there are some losses
that we experience as well. When I receive a call that we have lost another sister to breast cancer,
it saddens me; however, it is also what inspires me and all of our members to keep going in our
fight against breast cancer.
As you review Sisters Network 2013 annual report, I ask you to join me as I renew my
pledge and commitment to breast cancer survivorship, Sisters Network® Inc. and educating the
community. The African American woman’s breast cancer issue is our story, our lives and
our legacy.
Our commitment to serving the African American community and providing exceptional
support, resources, and financial assistance is who we are as a sisterhood organization and I
know, together, we can and will “STOP THE SILENCE®.”
Karen
In sisterhood and survivorship,
Karen E. Jackson
Founder/CEO
Twenty-one year Breast Cancer Survivor
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ABOUT US
Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI) is a leading voice and only national African American breast cancer
survivorship organization in the United States. Founded in 1994, by Karen Eubanks Jackson, Sisters
Network is a 501(c)(3), governed by an elected Board of Directors and assisted by an appointed
Medical Advisory Board.
The organization’s purpose is to save lives and provide a broader scope of knowledge that
addresses the breast cancer survivorship crisis affecting African American women around the
country. SNI is a nationally recognized organization among leading medical establishments and
breast cancer physicians as a critical information resource for African American women. Under the
direction of Founder & CEO, Karen E. Jackson, a visionary and 21-year breast cancer survivor, SNI
continues to develop new chapters and expand the national outreach through its 40 affiliate survivor
run chapters nationwide.
At the core of Sisters Network mission is support, outreach and education. During 2012, Sisters
breast health outreach initiatives impacted an estimated 3.7 million families through chapter
outreach, TV, radio and print media.
Charting new territory is not uncommon for the innovative organization. In 1999, Sisters’ broke
new ground by hosting the nation’s first national Breast Cancer Conference to specifically address
the impact of breast cancer among African American women. The national conference, which
attracts nearly 600 participants, including nationally recognized medical experts, has been held in
metropolitan cities such as Houston; Atlanta; Detroit; Richmond; Virginia; Baton Rouge, Louisiana;
Detroit and Chicago.
The organizations trademark and successful national community outreach programs include “The
Gift for Life Block Walk®,” “The Pink Ribbon Awareness Project,” and STOP THE SILENCE®: Changing
the Face of Breast Health Intervention. These initiatives are implemented through Sisters’ affiliate
chapters.
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KAREN JACKSON &
VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN AND DR. JILL BIDEN
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sisters Network® Inc. board of directors functions to govern and advise in our efforts to
educate, empower and support the African American woman’s breast cancer movement.
KAREN JACKSON, CHAIR
is Founder & CEO of Sisters Network Inc (SNI), realizing her true life mission
to educate, empower and support the African American woman’s breast
cancer movement. Under her direction, the organization has implemented
nationally recognized outreach initiatives including the only annual national
African American breast cancer accredited conference.
From advocate to highly sought speaker, Jackson is in demand for her
personal insight and has received numerous honors and rewards on
the national, regional and local levels. Jackson attended Morgan State
University. She is married to Kyle Scott Jackson, has one adult child,
Caleen and two granddaughters, Brianna and Alexis.
BETTIE EUBANKS, VICE CHAIR
is president and managing partner of the Viewpoint Group based in Florida.
Eubanks brings an extensive marketing background to Sisters Network
having been Director of Marketing for 15 years at IBM. An artist at heart,
Eubanks signature image was the commissioned lithograph entitled
“Sisters” which truly reflected her artistic message of sisterhood and life.
Her collection has been exhibited throughout the northeastern and
southern regions of the United States. Eubanks received her BA from
Jersey City State University and is a Newark School of Fine Arts Scholar.
She and her husband, Richard Eubanks, Sr., have two
adult children, Richard Jr. and Catherine.
CAMILLE CASH, M,D., MEMBER
is board certified in both general and plastic surgery. She is the only African
American female in the State of Texas with this distinction. A significant
portion of Dr. Cash’s practice is dedicated to reconstruction of the breast
which allows her to routinely heal both the body and spirit. Her board
commitment is to increase awareness of breast reconstruction and to help
all women access this aspect of breast cancer survivorship. She is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She
received her BS degree from Howard University, magna cum laude, and
earned her Doctorate of Medicine from the Baylor College of Medicine.
Dr Cash is married to Rodrick Lowe and they have three children, Lauren
Shelby, Kennedy Camille and Christopher Delano Lowe.
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JOHN L. GREEN, CPA, PH. D., JD, TREASURER
Attorney Green established his accounting and legal practice in Houston
in 1974. The firm specializes in areas of law for accounting and income tax.
He brings invaluable knowledge of non profit law and required accounting
practices to the organization.
BERTIE FORD, MEMBER
is a clinical oncology specialist with Genentech BioOncology. She has
served on a variety of boards in the past including the ACS, (Franklin
County Unit), the National Cancer Policy Board, the Diversity Strategic
Planning Committee of NSABP and a few others. She has been most active
in the Oncology Nursing Society on a local, regional and national level. She
co-chaired the EDICT project team (Edict= Eliminating Disparities in Clinical
Trials) for patient navigation. Her most recent appointment was to the
program committee for the Education Network to Advance Cancer Clinical
Trials ENACCT. She was an editor and author of the Manual for Clinical
Trials Nurses, 2nd edition, which has just been published and conducted
numerous presentations in healthcare disparities. Her recognitions include
the Pearl Moore Making a Difference Award, a distinguished award of the
National Oncology Nursing Society. Ms. Ford is a graduate of
The Ohio State University.
JUDY FOSTON, MEMBER
is president and founder of Foston International, a full service multi-media
company founded in 1984. After working for Fortune 500 companies
nationally in sales and marketing, Foston has developed a track record
spanning over 30 years in the media, community, sales, marketing, public
relations, and advertising. She has created and produced a host of shows
and created and executive produced: Sammy Davis, Jr. Awards TV Show
for 10 years. She formed an alliance with R.W. Productions, who develops
and produces compelling content for the Entertainment and Corporate
Industries. Foston was president of Variety-The Children’s Charity of
Houston for three years and has received many awards and recognition
nationally for her work in her field and the community.
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OUR MEDICAL ADVISORS
LISA A. NEWMAN, M.D. MPH, FACS
CHIEF MEDICAL ADVISOR
Director, Breast Care Center
Division of Surgical Oncology
University of Michigan
3308 Cancer Center,
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0932
JEAN-BERNARD DURAND, M.D. FACC, FCCP
CHIEF RESEARCH ADVISOR
Associate Professor of Medicine
Medical Director Cardiomyopathy Services
Cardiovascular Genetics Research
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
Department of Cardiology
1515 Holcombe Blvd. Unit 1451
Houston, TX 77030
HAROLD FREEMAN, M.D.
LOVELL JONES, PH.D.
PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER
M D Anderson Cancer Center
Director-Center for Health Equity
& Evaluation Research at the
University of Houston
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Blvd-Unit 1440
Houston, TX 77030
Ralph Lauren Center for
Cancer and Prevention
1919 Madison Ave.
New York, NY 10035
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OUR MEDICAL ADVISORS
TAMYRA COMEAUX, M.D.
C. KENT OSBORNE, M.D.
BOARD CERTIFIED GYNECOLOGIST
DIRECTOR
11811 FM 1960 Ste. 104
Houston, TX 77065
Breast Center
Baylor college of Medicine
6550 Fannin, #701
Houston, TX 77030
ANGEL AUGUSTO RODRIGUEZ, M.D.
TANYA W. STEPHENS MOSLEY, M.D.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF
DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY
The Methodist Hospital
Methodist Cancer Center’s
Breast Oncology
6445 Fannin OPC-121
Houston, TX. 77030
713.441.0681 Office
713.398.2676 Cell
Department of diagnostic
Radiology University of Texas MD
Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Blvd Box 1350
Houston, TX 77030
LAVINIA PATRICIA MIDDLETON, M.D.
EDITH P. MITCHELL, M.D., FACP
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
CLINICAL PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE AND
MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
Department of Pathology
University of Texas MD
Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Blvd, Box 85
Houston, TX 77030
Program Leader,
Gastrointestinal Oncology
Associate Director of Diversity
Programs
33 South 10th Street #502
Philadelphia, PA 19107
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WELCOME
AFRICAN ART PIECE
WELCOME AFRICAN ART PIECE
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Nat
ional
HEADQUARTERS STAFF
KAREN E. JACKSON
FOUNDER & CEO
[email protected]
ERIE E. CALLOWAY
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
[email protected]
KELLY P. HODGES
NATIONAL PROGRAM DIRECTOR
[email protected]
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Nat
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PROGRAMS
PINK RIBBON AWARENESS INITIATIVE
The pink ribbon is the national symbol for breast cancer awareness. The Pink Ribbon
Awareness Initiative is Sisters’ national faith-based educational outreach program that
reaches women in church with information on how to access breast care services and
resources. The focus of this outreach is to increase the number of women obtaining
mammograms and heighten their general knowledge. Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI) affiliate
chapter members and community volunteers disseminate information on breast cancer
to African American churches across the United States. SNI members give testimonies as
survivor role models to encourage and inspire.
STOP THE SILENCE® 1ST NATIONAL AFRICAN AMERICAN BREAST CANCER 5K WALK
In April, 2010 Sisters Network Inc. made history again by hosting the 1st National
African American Breast Cancer 5K Walk /Run in Houston. The Stop the Silence® 5K
Walk/Run attracted over 4,500 participants. Funds raised from Stop the Silence®
will benefit Sisters Network® Inc. Breast Cancer Assistance Program (BCAP), which
provides support to women facing financial challenges after breast cancer diagnosis.
This program offers financial support for mammograms, medical related lodging,
co-pay; office visits, prescriptions, and transportation.
BREAST CANCER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (BCAP)
The Breast Cancer Assistance Program (BCAP) provides services to women facing
financial challenges. The BCAP program provides financial assistance for but not
limited to: medical related lodging, co-pay, office visits and prosthesis. This program
also provides FREE mammograms for those who qualify.
TWEENS 4 PINK
This program is designed to educate tweens, girls ages 12-16, about the
importance of breast health and equip them to become breast health ambassadors
for their family members. Tweens will be reached through collaborations between
Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI) and organizations within the community that have
existing programs geared towards tween girls. Tweens in Pink consists of a
presentation and a take-home component for the tweens. Tweens will be asked
to collect data from women, blood relatives, in their families and input their
information in a designated location on the SNI website. Incentives will be offered
for the tween/group of tweens who reach their target number by the date assigned.
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GIFT FOR LIFE BLOCK WALK®
This nationally recognized educational outreach initiative is the Sisters Network®
Inc. “Gift for Life Block Walk®”. During the months of September or October the
affiliate chapters of Sisters Network Inc. collaborate with organizations, community
groups, and volunteers to coordinate the promotion of breast health awareness
in the African American community. This unique and innovative program allows
a breast cancer survivor to partner with a volunteer and canvass door-to-door in
the African American community to distribute breast health education brochures
and resource information. The community has an opportunity to meet survivors,
hear their stories, and experience their triumph over breast cancer. Individuals are
invited to the event site to enjoy refreshments, visit breast cancer-related agencies
and learn more about the resources and services available in their community. Free
Mammography screenings are also offered by a mobile unit at select event sites.
YOUNG SISTERS INITIATIVE (YSI)
African American women are being diagnosed with breast cancer at an early age. In
an effort to address the needs of these women, Sisters Network® Inc. launched the
Young Sisters Initiative (YSI). This program is designed to reach women diagnosed
with breast cancer under the age of 45.
NATIONAL AFRICAN AMERICAN BREAST CANCER CONFERENCE
In 1999, Sisters broke new ground by hosting the nation’s only National African
American Breast Cancer Conference which provides a broader scope of knowledge
and addresses the breast cancer survivorship crisis affecting the African American
woman. This national conference which attracts more than 500 participants, including
nationally recognized medical experts, has been held in metropolitan cities such as;
Houston, Atlanta, Detroit, Richmond, VA, Baton Rouge, LA and Chicago.
FIRST LADIES BRUNCH
The purpose of the brunch is to provide a forum to educate the faith based
community on breast health issues affecting African American women in the
Houston community and the pivotal role played by Sisters Network Inc. in this
educational process. Research shows that in the African American community
women are the care providers. Sisters Network is a viable resource to churches
in the community. The First Ladies Brunch will be implemented across the United
States by Sisters Network Affiliate Chapters.
ADVOCACY - 501 H
In 2011 Sisters Network will launch its advocacy program. This initiative will afford
Sisters Network the opportunity to be more vocal as it relates to legislative policies
in the areas of breast cancer clinical trials, treatment and survivorship. Using our
existing constituency, coupled with our database of existing local, national and state
African American organizations we will increase our outreach efforts and mobilize
African American breast cancer survivors from across the United States.
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COLLABORATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS
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HIGHLIGHTS
STOP THE SILENCE WALK
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PINK ANGEL LUNCHEON
AWARDS
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HIGHLIGHTS
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MEDIA PARTNERS
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In 2013 the Walk increased to over 8,500 participants from cities across the United States.
$50,000 of the funds raised from Stop the Silence® Walk, will benefit Sisters Network® Inc.
education initiatives and the Breast Cancer Assistance Program (BCAP). BCAP provides
financial assistance to breast cancer survivors in treatment for, but not limited to: medical
related lodging, co-pay, office visits and prosthesis. BCAP is also an early detection program
which provides free mammograms to non-survivors and survivors.
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conference will highlight triple negative and
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SISTERS NETWORK MIAMI
Affiliate Chapter of Sisters Network® Inc.
A National African American Breast Cancer Survivorship Organization
Join us at our
Gift for Life Block Walk®
WHEN
Saturday, October 5, 2013
WHERE
William Dickinson
Community Center
1601 Krome Ave
Homestead, FL 33030
MIAMI
TIME
8:00 AM—1:00 PM
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Breakfast: 8:00 AM—10:00 AM
Registration: 9:00 AM—9:45 AM
Walk: 10:00 AM—11:30 AM
Reception & Free Health Screenings
11:30 AM—1:00 PM
Breast Cancer Survivors along with volunteers will canvas door -to-door in the Homestead Florida area to distribute breast health
educational information, a resource list and pink ribbons. The block walk will conclude with a reception and free health scre enings.
Early detection through breast screening is the key to survival. We encourage you to take advantage of our FREE Mammogram
program by calling 305.610.0148 or email: [email protected]
For more information contact: Adrian McClenney 305.610.0148
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PASSAIC-BERGEN COUNTIES, NJ
BEAUMONT, TX
Kick-Off Celebration
March 9, 2013
4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Cathedral of Faith
Family Life Center
3755 Fannett Rd.
Beaumont, TX 77705
RSVP to (409) 347-0952
Sisters Network Golden Triangle Chapter | Affiliate Chapter of Sisters Network Inc.
PO Box 20795, Beaumont, TX 77720 | 409.347.0952 | [email protected]
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DONORS
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Ashley Aaron
Carolyn Adams
Gwendolyn F Adams
Sunny L Adams Jr
Tracy Adams
Mary Akins
Richard Akorede
Sunday Alakety
Camille Albert
Ashly Alexander
Aubrey K Allen
Cyntel Allen
Dawn Allen
Cody Allen
Alisa Anderson
Alise Anderson
Beverly J Anderson
Carmaletha M Anderson-Robinson
Trey Andress
Annica Anthony
Carlos Applewhite
Carolyn Armstead
Phyllis J Armstead
Sherry Arrington
Kyria Askew
Hernandez Aurelia
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Brigit R Bailey
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Demetrice V Baldwin
Charles A Ballard
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Warterry Barlow
Shelby D Barnes
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Adana Barry
Adana Barry
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Stephen Baxter
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Maple Bellamy
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Crystal Benford
Jacqueline Benson
Terri L Benson
Suzy Benton
Individuals
Linda Best-Osagie
Herbert Beth
Anthony Billie
Eric D. Bishop
Lea Bogle
Felicia H Bond
Arizona Bonner
Mary Bostick-Goodson
Malcolm Boston
Antonia Boyd
September Boyd
Linda A Bozeman
Beverly Bradley
Chandra Brady
Lutricia Bratton
Amy M Bridges
Brandy Brinkley
Lynette Brooks
Yolanda Brown
Larnetta Brown
Joseph Brown
Nicole Brown
Christine E Brown
Stephanie Brown
Derene Brunette
Shanique Bryan
Stephon Byrant
Vanessa Bryant
Shonte Bryson
Gregory Buckhalter
Doris Bullock
Karrington Burnett
Joselynn L Burnett
Michael Burton
Cleveland Butler
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Katawna Caldwell
Sandra Campbell
Peggy J Canada
Angelo Canty
Florida J Capler
Andrea S Carroll
Joanne Carver
Brian Cassar
Darlene Castille
Charles A Cave
Lori Chambers
Veronica Chambers
Ashley D Chandler
Cherrelle Charles
Adrienne Charles
Paul D Charles
Santiago Chavarria-Ortega
Artonda Cheeseman
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Curtis Childress Jr.
Melva Christian
Ciara Clark
Culver Clark
Rosalind Clark
Katina Clayton
Deborah Stephens Cleary
Cynthia Clements-Mcneal
Ernest Cleveland
Kimberly Clipper
Tremayne Cluke
Janice Cobb
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Yolanda Coger
Arthur Cole
Emily R Cole
Stacey Cole
Florence Coleman
Camille Collier
Joyce Collins
Emma L Collins
Chanel Collins
Anthony Collins
Debbie Cook
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Dequese Cooper
Modesti Cooper
Norma Cooper
Tann Cooper
Tojuana Cooper
Andrea S. Copeland
Derrick Cotton
Venus Cottrell
Ronald O’hara Coverson
Felicia C Crawford
Jody Craze
Lasandra Crockett
Tanesha Crosby
Debra L Crosby
Patrick Crossman
Darrell R Cunningham
Deborah Curry
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Unwanna Dabney
Nicole Daniels
Martha Daniels
Latella David
Alonzo Davis
Anna M Davis
Bernice Davis
Bernice F Davis
Felicia L Davis
Gloria Davis
Henry Davis
Kyiesha Davis
Linda Davis
Lucille Davis
Raynell Davis
Renee Davis
Ruben Davis
Tiqua Davis
Wanda Davis
Keshia Dawson
Sheryl Dean
Dionne Devezin
Linda J. Dickerson
Regina Dickson
Tiffany Diggs
Erica Dinkins
Angela Dixon
Leona G. Dixon
Robert G Dodley
Artisha Q Douglas
Tina Doyle
Shirley Drewry
Dr. Erica Drinkins
Antwine Duffy
Tiffany Dugar
Lanice Duncan
Cheryl L Duncan
Deborah Dunipace
Natasha Dunn
Aprial C Durant
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Sharon Eberheart
Lester Edmonds
Anya Edwards
Deborah Edwards
Donald Edwards
Sylvia Edwards-Borens
Precious Eleby
Wanda J Ellis
Claudia Espino
Gelai Evans
Margeretta Ezell
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Dinding N Fall
Nicole Farmer
Yvette Farris
Pamela F Ferguson-Hall
Katesha Fields
Annette Fisher
Carolyn Fleming
Marvon Fletcher
Sheree Fletcher
Delphine A Fomenky
Jack Fontana
Leigh-Anne Ford
Valerie Foreman
James Foreman
Mikaela S Foster
Hilda Foster
Lanisha Foxx Kidd
Alisa Franklin-Brocks
Jennifer Franks
Alize Frazier
Shane Frazier
Beverly Freeman
Lonnie Friend
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Anthony Gamble
Michael Gardner
Sheryl Gardner
Ronald Garrett
Oprah Garrett
Sandra Garrette
Stephen R Gentry
Chanta George
Kathey Germany
Stephanie L. Geter
Sandra Gibson
Gloria N Gibson
Jourdain Gillom
Terri Glover
Mary E Gober
Acqualinci Godfrey
Sharri L Golson
Tina Gooden
Vincent Gradney
Romano Graham
Walter Graves
Cynthia Green
Frankie J. Green
Anthony Green
Pamela Green
Latricia Grenz
Lashawnta Griffin
Myrick Griffin
Quaciana Griggs
Alana Guest
Yvonne Guillory
Bruce Gutierrez
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Bonnie M Haggins
Natelya Hale
Courtney Hall
Christina Hall
Dorsia Hall
Tawana Denise Hall
Helen E Hamilton-Hicks
Sierra Hamilton
Yansetta V Hamilton
Brenda Hardaway
Carolyn F Hardley
Arquella Hargrove
Lonita Harlin
Vickie Harmon
Nadine Harper-Spencer
Sheri Harrie
Valerie Harris
Kasandra Harris
Sharon Harris-Usanlele
Anthony Harrison
Kenneth Hart
Gloria Harvell
Teresa Harvey
Michael Hawkins
Tanya Hawkins
Kenneth Hawkins Jr
Lakeisha Henderson
Permelia K. Henderson
B Heningburg
Dwayne Henson
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Tina M Herron
Shaionnnone Hicks
Latisha Hicks
Beverly High Smith
Tamara Hightower
Phyllis Hightower
Serintha Hill
Michael K Hill
Peggy Hill
Hill Gayle L Hill Gayle L
Lynda D. Hines
Shirley Hines
Vicky Hitz
Rodney Hobbs Sr
Kelvin T Holloway
Joyce Holmes
Keeysha Holmes
Willien Holmes
Nakia Hooks
Christi Hopkins
Latasha Houston
Jacqueline Howard
James Howard
Deborah Howard
Lillie Howell
Antonio Hudge
Michaela Hughes
Fillis Hughes Anthony
Melodie Hull
Samuel Hullenbaugh
Lillian Humphrey
Michael E Hundley
Donna L Hunt
Cheryl Hunt
Sherwin Hunte
Dawn Hurd
Schlaine Hutchins
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Drusilla Ice
Corrette Irby
Barbara Isom
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Andrea Jackson
Carolyn Jackson
Deborah Jackson
Earlene Jackson
Joe Jackson
Minnie Jackson
Patricia M Jackson
Rosezina Jackson
Roderick Jackson
Robert D Jackson
Tahmika Jackson
Valencia Dotson Jackson
Loleta James-Brown
Williams Janice
Elias C Jeanette
Yolanda D Jefferson
Patricia Jefferson
Ronnie Jenkins
Travontay Jenkins
Arlicia D Jenkins
Janis Jennings
Matthew Jennings
Sara Jermany
Bradlee A Johnson
Brittany Johnson
Our
DONORS
Individuals
Carletta Y Johnson
Cheryl Johnson
Eric Johnson
Hattie Johnson
Irene Johnson
Jasmine Johnson
Linda K Johnson
R & G Johnson
Vivian Johnson
Yvette P Johnson-Fish
Graylan Jones
Christopher M Jones
Kaharie Jones
Stephanie Jones
Teresa Jones
Terry Jones
Paunita J Jones
Josephine Jones
Crystal Jones-Taylor
Carmen Jordan-Cox
Cynthia Jordan
Judith Jordan
Larry Jorden
Iona Joseph
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Kenyetta Kelly
Maria A. Kelley
Tonesia Kennerly
Andrienne Kent
Rose Kindred
Angela King
Michelle King
Renita King
Broderick Kirksey
Pamela B Kirtley
Karen Knazze
Sabrina Knight
Marlene P Kroll
Matta Kumedzro
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Deborah Lafayette
Anthony Lainson
Griffin Lashawnta
David Latella
Patricia Lavalas-Howe
Deloris Lawson
Mark Leathers
Tara Lee
Gladys Lee
Liquitta Lee
Deborah A Leland
Faith M Lemons
Lisa Lenzy
Sabrina Leonard
Diesha Lester
Shirley Lester
Cynthia Leveringston
Rachele Levy
Andrea L Lewis
Denice A Lewis-Howell
Georgia Lewis
Jerry Lewis
Yvonne Lewis
Ron Lightsey
Michael Lisenson
Brenda Long
Martin Long
Moore Lorene
Kashouna M Loudermil
Martika Lowry
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Darlene Mack
Belinda Maddix
Dujuana Madkins
Arlene Madry
Morrissette Mae
Curtis Major
Sandy Major
Tiffany Mangum
Racheal Manning
Dee Manuel
Lori Marable
Kelvin Marshall
Willie Martin
Nora Martin
Felicia Martin
Jacquelyn Martin-Elliott
Paula Y. Maury-Stone
Henry Mays
Kenyatta McCain
Ira V McCants
Robert McClennon
Tammy McConaughead
Arvis McCormick
Cheryl McCray
Kelvin McGhee
Annie McGowan
Sheila McKie
Jenice McKissick
Sinial McLaughlin
Juandolyn McQueen
Jaime D McVay
Carolyn Meadows
Ethel Means
Miasia Menifee
Shawn Meredith
Viola Merrell
Janice Miles
Minnie Miles
Tameca Minter
Quintelia Mitchell
Charles A Mitchell
Lavanyia Mitchell
Debra Mitchell
Zettawee D Mix
Karen Mongo
Kenneth Monroe
Lawanda Monroe
Isaiah Monroe
Leon R. Montgomery Ii
Tanya R Moody
Annette Moore
Renee Moore
Bernadette M Morgan
K Morgan
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Vickie Morgan
Mae Morrissette
Choyce Morrow
Darlene Mosley
Yvonne Muhammad
Serena Murphy
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Tonia Nance
Beverly J. Neal
Bridgette T Neal
Phyllis Nealy
Corliss Newkirk
Erica Newman
Ronald Nixon
Rosalind M Norris
Tanequia L Nunn
Ngozi Nwankwo
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Aaron A. Oakman
Lenora Offlee
Mike Ogbeide
Mark Oldenburg
Franchot Oleary
D Oliver
Gwendolyn Owens
Perlisa Owens
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Latasha Parker-Day
Justin Patterson
Yvonne Paterson
Chandra Pegram
Katrina Pelrean
Ethel Perkins
Jonny Perry
Candace Perry
Larry Peterson
Laandra Peterson
Karen A Pettiford
Sherry Pettway
Katherine R Philio
Gleen D Phillips
Gwendolyn D Phillips
Brittany Phillips
Melodi Phillips
Ingrid G Pipher
Carla M Poke
Eric Polite
Tonya Pollard-English
Pamela Polycap
Latice Porter
Patrice Preston Grimes
Randy Prewitt
Ira Price Jr
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Mary Quinby
Valencia Raftie
Lakeisha Rainey
Christopher Ramirez
James Ramnanan
Mae Randall
Eunice Ransburg
Stella Ratcliff-Jaudon
Karen Ratcliff-Morgan
Waheedah Raymond
Sherry Reaves
Stefanie O Reaves
Byron Reed
Marlon A Reed
Debra Reese-Jolly
Yvette D. Richardson
Rhonda Richarson
Jessica Ricks
Joan E Ridgeway
Barbara Ridley
Tiffany R Ridley
Mark Riggans
Brenda Riggins
Chrystal Rivers
Carrie Roberts
Margaret Y Roberts
Rafiq Robertson
Coretta Robinson
Genevieve Robinson
Monica Robinson
Ned Robinson III
Nicole Robinson
Sheri Robinson
Sheila Robinson
Carol Rochelle
Glenda Rogers
Franchella Ross
Nia Rothmaller
Jaylin M Roundtree
Michelle Russell
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Michelle Samuel
Montague D Samuel
Donna K Samuel
Melissa Saxton
Christine Schnell
Willie Scott
Velma Scott
Zoe Scott
Delores Seals
Jamel Sebbern
Kimera Seward-Coburn
Antionette Sharpe
Yvette Shorter
Walter Simmons
Alton Simon Sr
Elizabeth Simpson
Miaka Simpson
Kristal L Sims
Londa Singleton
Quaadir Singleton
Alfonza Smith
Ashley Smith
Curtis Smith
Katina Smith
Kimberly Smith
Latonya Smith
Rosalind Smith
Shalonda M Smith
Shonteka Smith
Stefon Smith
Vanessa Smith
Delphine R. Smith-Pate
Tramarick T Smitherman
Avis Smothers
Avis E Smothers
Ricky Smothers
Abayomi Soge
Leroy L Solomon
Betty Sommer
Betty Sommer
Tonya L Sowell
Jarrod B. Spencer
Kelly Spencer-Cline
Karl Spicer
Bryttany R Stanley
Lazonia Starks-Mercer
Kenesha Starling
Breanna Chane Stephens
Marianne & Robert Stearns
Candace R Stewart
Christi Stewart
Candace Stoner
Queen Street-Lewis
Brenda Strickland
Stuger Shaun R Stuger Shaun R
Sonnetta H Sturkey
Gregory Sudderth
Brandi Sullivan
Ronald Suluki
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Chad E Talley
Besong Tambeagbor
Erma Tatum
Felick L Taylor
Madeline Taylor
Patrick Taylor
Stephanie Barnes Taylor
Tammy D Taylor
Tina Taylor-Jackson
Craig Temple
Markivia Lakisha Thomas
Lori Thomas
Rodney Thomas
Vicky Thomas
Brenda R Thomas
Simuel Thomas III
Wilbert Thomas III
Florence Thompson
Traci R Thompson
Drucilla Thornton
Angela Threat
Lance Tillman
Angela Tittle
Jana P Tolliver
Janice Tosto
Robert S Toth
Amanda Trinidad
Delores Garrett Truesdale
Marion Tudmon
Elizabeth Turner
Veronica Turner
Terrance Tyler
Albertha Tyler
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Celia Vicks
Loretta Vines
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Melissa Wade
Roderica Wade
Pamela Wadlington
Angela Walker
Bryan Walker
Clifton Walker
Indiya Walker
Yolanda Y Walker
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Ronald P Wallace
Shirley Ward
Kim D Ward
Henry Wardlow
Carol E Ware
Veronica Warren
Darlene Warthen
G L Washington
Rita Washington
Tuanya Watkins
Avery D Watson
Cassandra Watson
Watson Muriel A Watson Muriel A
Vera Weeks
Mary Weimert
Tasha Wells
Kim Wells
Beverly White
Catherine White
Latoya L White
Myrtis & Dezra White
Nathaniel White
Kecia Whitemead
Kellie Whittington
Michael Wier
Uronda R Wilkerson
Andrew Williams
Calethia Williams
David A. Williams
Ebony Williams
Gail Williams
Janice Williams
Leslie D. Williams
Michael Williams
Shakia S. Williams
Shanna Williams
Theresa Williams-Peters
Roderick Williform
Gwendolyn Willingham
Donyell Willis
James Wilson III
Dana Wiltz-Cain
Conchetta Wineburg
Tessie Winslow
Monica Wood
Alexandra Woodfork
Angela Wooley
Lisa Wren
Lloyd Wright
Sheila Wright
Tiffany Wyatt
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Joyce L. Yon
Jonathan Young
Everett Young
Shameka Young
William Young
Kimberly Young-Payne
Our
DONORS
Businesses
Aetna Katy, TX
Aetna Foundation Inc Andover, MA
Allstate (Employee Giving Campaign) Princeton, NJ
American Edowment Foundation Hudson, OH
Benevity Social Ventures Inc Calgary, AB
BMO Harris Bank Chicago, IL
CA Department of Insurance Los Angeles, CA
Central Elementary School Tuscaloosa, AL
East Bethel M.B.C Houston, TX
Global Impact Federation Alexandria, VA
Halliburton Giving Choices
Houston Metropolitan Area Section, NCNW Houston, TX
I’m Me Foundation Houston, TX
Ivy Vine Charities Inc Silver Spring, MD
Jennie D Porter #727 Cincinnati
Kashmere Gardens Missionary Baptist Church Houston, TX
Marchers of Light Drill Team Ministry
Melodrama Boutique LLC Houston, TX
New Kingdom M.B. Church Cleveland, MS
Pinkie C Wilkerson Development Center Inc Grambling, LA
Real Men Wear Pink Houston, TX
Rustic Cuff Tulsa, OK
Shady Acres Church Of Christ Houston, TX
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Taylor High School Houston, TX
The Capital Group Companies/
Employee Service Recognition Los Angeles
The Welfare and Recreation Association,
Service Center Operations Washington, DC
Thea Bowman Leadership Academy Gary, IN
Trinity East United Methodist Women Houston, TX
True Light Missionary Baptist Church Houston, TX
Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Princeton, NJ
Williams Tulsa, OK
Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy Houston, TX
Zion Baptist Church Marietta, GA
Zion Baptist Church-A.L.I.V.E. Ministry Marietta, GA
MATCHING GIFTS
AON Foundation/Jasmine Johnson
Shell Oil Foundation Princeton, NJ
Murphy Oil/Pamela Robinson El Dorado, AR
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC.
Columbus Metro Alumnae
Houston Metropolitan Alumnae
Suburban Houston-Fort Bend Alumnae
North Harris County Alumnae
Bay Area Houston Alumnae
Moline Davenport Alumnae
Indianapolis Alumnae
Houston Alumnae
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Sisters Net
work® Inc.
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31ST, 2013
PROGRAM SERVICES $1,085,540
MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL
$29,644
FUNDRASING $145,329
TOTAL EXPENSES
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$1,260,513
Sisters Net
work® Inc.
REVENUE AND SUPPORT
FEDERAL CAMPAIGNS
$731,008
CONTRIBUTIONS/DONATIONS$498,812
PROGRAM SERVICE-CONFERENCE $162,127
INVESTMENT INCOME
$10,328
TOTAL REVENUE$1,402,275
Note: Sisters Network Inc has an annual Combined
Federal Campaign (CFC) pledges revenue which is
accrued in the current year, with the actual funds
being collected in the following year.
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