SousSHE is a program founded by Satia Frazier-North that empowers young women and encourage their continuous development through food and other artistic ventures. Under this program young women are learning the essentials of nutrition, fusion, self realization and more. Our goal is to raise awareness, provide needed resources and help fund organizations that advocate for black girls & young women.
SousSHE along with an array of activities formed under FiftySevenNorth fulfills a community need with a vision to encourage women to pursue their culinary and artistic dreams. We consult with different organizations to ensure resources are available to them as they learn to advocate, invest & build trust within themselves. In addition to their exploration in the arts and culinary field we promote self-care, fearlessness & self-esteem motivation.
SousSHE began with an idea to connect with young women and girls through food.
Growing up as children we had women come into the community and introduce us to a world larger than where we lived. They did it through town halls, dinners, field trips and conversing with us. Giving one another the opportunity to learn through their Struggles, their Ownness, their Strength, their Superpowers and about being Empowered, being Dope, being Free, being Intentional and being Purposed.
There is strength in unity and we are responsible for our greatness and I want to be a part of you knowing that for yourself.
Join us at our summits, forums, brunches and dinners.
Join us in Aspiring To Inspire One Girl At A Time!!
Kicking off #BlackGirlsMatter campaign during Food Art Love Noir June 23, 2018 at Impact Hub Oakland.
Take this opportunity to join the campaign today.