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Sisters in Synergy is on a mission to prepare 1,000 women for a $100,000 career in tech.

In 2022, we've launched the signature program Elevate - Women in Tech.
Ebony Washington
Ebony Washington
Only 26% of computing-related jobs are held by women. Only 3% of computing-related jobs are held by African-American women. Unknown number of African-American women are severely under-paid in tech.

We are closing the wage gap, sis! We are securing the bag. Ready?

Let’s get started.
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Elevate Women in Tech

Sisters in Synergy is on a mission to prepare 1,000 women for a $100,000 career in tech.

In 2022, we launched the signature program Elevate Women in Tech.

We are qualified.
We are certified.
We are bonified.
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About Sisters in Synergy

Sisters in Synergy is a group of women and girls who have the audacity to dream of a more perfect world where we are empowered change agents.

We are our sisters’ keeper who bring sisters together to create a powerful community of dreamers and doers.


Our mission is to:
- promote human rights through civic engagement,
- promote generational wealth through economic empowerment,
- promote holistic health of the mind, body and soul,
- promote cultural awareness of the African diaspora,
- promote lifetime learning, and
- promote community building through Ubuntu principles.


Our vision is to create empowered women and girls who serve as change agents in their personal lives and the business community at large.


We value integrity, self-sufficiency, respect and accountability.

Our colors are Passionate Purple and Goddess Gold. Purple is representative of our feminine power and gold is representative of our royalty.

Through the combination of these colors, we tap into our feminine power to change the world.

About Elevate Women in Tech

Elevate Women in Tech is a signature program on a mission to prepare 1,000 black women to earn $100,000 in tech.

- Only 26% of computing-related jobs are held by women.
-Only 3% of computing-related jobs are held by African-American women.
- Unknown number of African-American women are severely under-paid in tech.

We want to change that! We are securing the bag.


Here's how...

- 12-week bootcamps to prepare women for a career in tech
- Masterclasses to coach women through topics ranging from salary negotiation to professional development
- Tech classes to provide technical breadth and depth of coding and non-coding areas of tech
- Online community of tech trainers, tech recruiters, career coaches, and tech professionals to provide support

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