Welcome to the Sisterhood
Hello world! I want to start by sharing a little bit about myself. My name is Abigail, I am 28 years old; I love God, art, education, food, photography, travel, hangouts with friends (especially where there is food involved) and a good conversation with hot coffee...just to name some things. I graduated in 2014 with a degree in Psychology from NCSU ( go Wolfpack!) and I'm also a trained group facilitator. Throughout my work as as facilitator I´ve had the opportunity to engage with my community by leading conversations about important and tense topics such as diversity, race and discrimination. It has been extremely rewarding to be able to create spaces where people can be vulnerable and have positive interactions with one another. That is the reason why I decided to create this blog...
I want this blog to be a safe space where girls/women from all over the world, and in all stages in life, can come together to share, learn and grow in unity. I believe that it´s important for women everywhere to support and encourage one another. To be empowered into being their best unique selves and in turn to also empower the people around them.. This is a space where where we can be vulnerable and where we can open up about topics that are important to us.
I believe in sisterhood..I believe that we are diverse beautiful beings who walk different paths of life and grow at different paces...just like flowers. So let this be like a garden where we can grow and bloom alongside each other, respecting each other's opinions and loving one another. Until next time!
Learn more about my work as a group facilitator: "Race: Are We So Different?" Cultural Conversations