Photo Credit: Artwork by Dariela Cruz,

Photo Credit: Artwork by Dariela Cruz,

Digital Sisterhood is the feminine currency women use to create relationship wealth through the connections they make, conversations they have, communities they build, causes they support, collaborative partnerships they establish, and commerce they engage in with women they meet online and offline. The relationship wealth of digital sisterhood is based on what women care about and their shared interests and experiences. This wealth supports women as they stand in their own power and reclaim themselves online and offline. When they do so, they move with a power not seen before. It is rooted in women being fully,

P – Present when they

O – Own their lives as

W – Women who believe they have

E – Everything they need to live out their

R – Revolution of authenticity.

May all women know their investment in themselves and each other will yield a high return!

(Excerpt from Digital Sisterhood: A Memoir of Fierce Living Online by Ananda Leeke)


Digital Sisterhood Network (DSN) is a media channel and community that celebrates women in social media and technology through leadership, lifestyle, and living well initiatives. DSN hosts #DigitalSisterhood Wednesdays, a weekly celebration held  on Twitter and Facebook that encourages women to celebrate their connections, have conversations, share information, network and build their peer communities, promote and support causes they care about, and engage in commerce with each other.  Visit @Digitalsisterhd on Twitter and Facebook to follow the conversations on #Digitalsisterhood Wednesdays.


Digital Sisterhood Month (#DSMonth) is an annual celebration held in December that honors the conversations, connections, communities, causes, and commerce that social media women engage in with each other. Online and offline events are held. #DigitalSisterhood Wednesdays and Digital Sisterhood Month were launched in 2010.

Photo Credit: Leigh Mosley, www.leighmosley.com

Photo Credit: Leigh Mosley, http://www.leighmosley.com

About Digital Sisterhood Network Founder

The best way to describe Ananda Kiamsha Madelyn Leeke is with a six-word memoir. Yoga + Creativity + Internet Geek = Ananda Leeke. Leeke is a lawyer turned “Jill of many trades:” innerpreneur, author, artist, coach, and yoga teacher. Her mission is “Empowering U2BU through creativity coaching, Reiki, self-care, social media, volunteerism, and yoga.” Since 2005, she has used her blogs to express her mission, advocate for social good, build community, share information, promote her books and events, and market her services. Currently, she serves as a blogger ambassador for AARP, Everywhere Society, Macy’s Heart of Haiti Campaign, and Maiden Nation.

In 2010, her passion for women’s issues, building community, and the Internet inspired her to create the Digital Sisterhood Network, a media channel that celebrates women in social media and technology through leadership, lifestyle, and living well initiatives. She is a frequent speaker at conferences sponsored by Blogalicious, BlogHer, Howard University, Ignite DC, and Spelman College. Black Enterprise named her as one of the Black Women in Tech You Should Follow on Twitter in 2011. The Hot Mommas Project, a women’s leadership research venture housed at the George Washington University School of Business, selected her as an author for its 2012-2013 case study library. In 2013, she penned Digital Sisterhood: A Memoir of Fierce Living Online (2013).  Click here to learn more about her. If you would like to hire, interview, or have her speak at your event, contact kiamshaleeke@yahoo.com or 202.607.3509.

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