DC/MD/VA Digital Sisters Attend 12/12 #DSMonth Tea Meet Up @11:30AM-1:30PM


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Greetings Digital Sisters,

Join Digital Sisterhood Network founder Ananda Leeke for tea, lunch, and a discussion about Digital Sisterhood milestones on December 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Ching Ching Cha, 1063 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, DC (in Georgetown). You will have an opportunity to share your 2014 Digital Sisterhood milestones and 2015 plans. Each person is asked to purchase at least one beverage to support Ching Ching Cha during the meet up. Click here to register for the meet up on Eventbrite.

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Join Digital Sisterhood Month 12/10 Twitter Chat @12:30PM EST


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Greetings Digital Sisters,

Join the #DSMonth Twitter chat on December 10 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. for a discussion on the seven types of digital sisters. During the chat, you will learn what type of digital sisters you are.

Follow @DigitalSisterhd and use the #DSMonth hashtag during the chat. Feel free to use HootSuite.com or Tweetchat.com to participate and track all of the conversations

Meet 2014 Digital Sisters of the Year – #DigitalSisterhood 100


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Greetings Digital Sisters,

The Digital Sisterhood Network is proud to announce the 2014 Digital Sisters of the Year during Digital Sisterhood Month (#DSMonth). Click here to learn about the #DSMonth events including the My #DigitalSisterhood Community Is Campaign, Twitter chats on December 5 and 10, and the Meet Ups on December 6 and 12 in Washington, DC.

The Digital Sisters of the Year represent the #DigitalSisterhood 100. To learn more about them, check out the #DigitalSisterhood 100 list below. It is organized into seven categories: Creativista, Empirista, Empowerista, Enchantista, Evangelista, Flowista, and Lifestylista. The categories are based on the Digital Sisterhood Leadership Archetypes.

  • A Creativista is a woman who gives birth to creativity (art, books, films, products, services, and webisodes).
  • An Empirista is a woman who thinks of herself as CEO of her own corporation, ME, Inc.; maintains an entrepreneurial mindset; and gives birth to ideas and transforms them into businesses, economies, institutions, networks, and organizations that add value to people’s lives.
  • An Empowerista is a woman who creates and curates content, shares information and experiences, connects with others and establishes positive relationships, and builds and participates in communities that empower her and others.
  • An Enchantista is a woman who taps into the magic of her spirit as she focuses her energy, opens her heart, trusts her intuition, embraces her fears, and shares her gifts in service to others.
  • An Evangelista is a woman who supports and advocates a philosophy, a values system, a lifestyle, a cause, or a campaign that improves her life and others’ lives.
  • A Flowista is a woman who unplugs from her digital life and tech devices for periods of time so she can recharge and take care of herself; and encourages women to unplug from their digital lives by incorporating mindfulness and self-care practices.
  • A Lifestylista is a woman who lives her life as a work of art; expresses it through her passion for beauty, entertaining, fashion, food, home décor, personal style, and travel; and inspires others to live their lives as works of art.

Special Digital Sister of the Year Tribute

Benita Robinson Osbey, Founder of Photo Credit: TealButterflies.org

Benita Robinson Osbey, Founder of Photo Credit: TealButterflies.org

This year, we pay special tribute to 2014 Digital Sister of the Year (Evangelista) Benita Robinson Osbey. Osbey is the Founder of  Teal Butterflies, a nonprofit organization that educates women about early detection of Ovarian Cancer and empowers them with resources and information to become intimate with their bodies and bring awareness to the early symptoms of this disease. She established her organization after being diagnosed with Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer in 2011. She used her organization’s web site and social media (Facebook and Twitter) to educate, increase awareness, share resources, give inspiration, and build community. In March, she celebrated her third anniversary as a survivor. On December 3, she made her life transition and left a powerful legacy and digital footprint behind for all to see and learn from. We honor her for answering the call on her life and using her voice online and offline to be the change she was called to be in the fight to end Ovarian Cancer. Click here to learn more about Teal Butterflies.

Cover Art by Dariela Cruz

Cover Art by Dariela Cruz

Learn More About Digital Sisters of the Year and Digital Sisterhood Leadership Archetypes

Digital Sisterhood Network founder Ananda Leeke’s book, Digital Sisterhood: A Memoir of Fierce Living Online (available on Amazon for Kindle and as a paperback) includes a list of the 2010, 2011, and 2012 Digital Sisters of the Year. It also features an appendix that helps you explore and identify your own Digital Sisterhood Leadership Archetypes. The interactive exercises encourage you to journal your thoughts in the book’s notes section.

Special Message for 2014 Digital Sisters of the Year — #DigitalSisterhood 100

Please feel free to post the Digital Sister of the Year badge on your blog, web site, and social media sites. The code is also included below.

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<a href=”https://digitalsisterhood.wordpress.com/2012/11/01/digital-sisterhood-month-dsmonth-2012-is-coming-in-december/“> <img src=”https://digitalsisterhood.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/dsoftheyear1501.jpg” alt=”celebrate-digital-sisterhood-dec-150″ width=”300″ /></a>

Badge Design by Dariela Cruz

Badge Design by Dariela Cruz

2014 #DigitalSisterhood 100 List

1) Creativistas

2) Empiristas

3) Empoweristas 

4) Enchantistas

5) Evangelistas

6) Flowistas

7) Lifestylistas

Announcing 2014 Digital Sister of the Year Communities


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Greetings Digital Sisters,

During Digital Sisterhood Month, we spend time honoring women in social media and tech. This year’s theme of “Gratitude for #DigitalSisterhood Communities” helped guide us in selecting 25 communities, groups, and organizations that nurture, support, and affirm women in the digital space and in real life as our 2014 Digital Sister of the Year Communities. See the list below.

1) Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology @anitaborg_org

2) Black Business Women Owners Online@blackbizwomen 

3) Black Girls Run – @blackgirlsrun

4) BeBlogalicious@beblogalicious

5) BlogHer – @blogher

6) DC Web Women@dcww 

7) FemFessionals – @femfessionals

8) Girl Develop It@girldevelopit

9) Global Tech Women – @globaltechwomen

10) Hot Mommas Project – @hotmommasproj

11) Latina Bloggers Connect – @lbconnect

12) Latina Leadership Institute of ELLA Institute – @latinaleaders

13) Lean In – @leaninorg

14) Lesbians Who Tech – @lesbiantech

15) Mocha Moms Inc. – @mochamoms

16) MomsRising – @momsrising

17) Owning Pink – @owningpink

18) She’s Geeky@shesgeeky

19) SheWrites.com – @shewritesdotcom

20) Webgrrls International@webgrrls

21) Women 2.0@women2

22) Women in Wireless@womeninwireless

23) Women’s Media Center@womensmediacntr

24) Women Who Code@womenwhocode

25) Women Who Tech@womenwhotech

 

My #DigitalSisterhood Community Is Campaign Launches!


2102 Digital Sister of the Year Jessica Solomon

2102 Digital Sister of the Year Jessica Solomon

On the first day of Digital Sisterhood Month, Digital Sisterhood Network is launching the “My #DigitalSisterhood Community Is Campaign.” Check out what 2012 Digital Sister of the Year Jessica Solomon said about her Digital Sisterhood Community.

Jessica Solomon's sign for My #DigitalSisterhood Community Is Campaign

Jessica Solomon’s sign for My #DigitalSisterhood Community Is Campaign

My #DigitalSisterhood Community Is Campaign invites women in social media and tech to give shout outs to the Digital Sisters and women’s online and offline communities, groups, and organizations that nurture, support, and affirm them. It’s easy to participate. See the four easy steps below.

Campaign Materials

Campaign Materials

4 EASY STEPS:
  • Get a piece of paper and something to write with (a pen or magic marker). Feel free to create a document on your lap top or computer.
  • Write or type the following statement on the paper and include the names and/or Instagram/Twitter IDs of the Digital Sisters and women’s online and offline communities, groups, and organizations that nurture, support, and affirm you in the blank: My #DigitalSisterhood Community Is ___________________.
  • Have someone take a photo of you and your sign. Be sure to SMILE!
  • Post your photo on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter with the #DigitalSisterhood and #DSMonth hashtags. We’ll repost it on DSN social media sites.

Attend April 23 DC Digital Sisterhood Breakfast Meet Up: Chai, Creativity Conversations & Community at Teaism


Logo by Dariela Cruz

Logo by Dariela Cruz

Calling Digital Sisters in DC, Maryland, and Virginia!

Have you ever celebrated Digital Sisterhood Wednesday?

Drop by the DC Digital Sisterhood Meet Up: Chai, Creativity Conversations & Community and meet Digital Sisterhood Network founder Ananda Leeke on April 23, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Teaism, a woman-owned tea house, 2009 R Street, NW, Washington, DC (located just off the corner of Connecticut and R Streets, two blocks north of the Dupont Circle Red Line Metro; exit on the Q Street side). Click here to register to attend on Eventbrite.

Photo Cedit: Teaism.com

Photo Cedit: Teaism.com

Teaism offers some of the best chai tea in DC and other yummy teas and beverages. The breakfast menu is AWESOME. Click here to learn more.

PS: Read this “Are You A Creativista?” blog post for clues on prizes you could win at the April 23rd Meet Up.

Meet 2013 Digital Sisters of the Year – #DigitalSisterhood 100


Badge Design by Dariela Cruz

Badge Design by Dariela Cruz

Happy #DigitalSisterhood Wednesday and Digital Sisterhood Month 2013!

The Digital Sisterhood Network is proud to announce the 2013 Digital Sisters of the Year. They represent the #DigitalSisterhood 100. Each Digital Sister of the Year truly embodies the theme of Digital Sisterhood Month 2013: “Fierce Living: Too Bold for Boundaries.” To learn more about them, check out the #DigitalSisterhood 100 list below.

The list is organized into seven categories: Creativista, Empirista, Empowerista, Enchantista, Evangelista, Flowista, and Lifestylista. The categories are based on the Digital Sisterhood Leadership Archetypes.

  • A Creativista is a woman who gives birth to creativity (art, books, films, products, services, and webisodes).
  • An Empirista is a woman who thinks of herself as CEO of her own corporation, ME, Inc.; maintains an entrepreneurial mindset; and gives birth to ideas and transforms them into businesses, economies, institutions, networks, and organizations that add value to people’s lives.
  • An Empowerista is a woman who creates and curates content, shares information and experiences, connects with others and establishes positive relationships, and builds and participates in communities that empower her and others.
  • An Enchantista is a woman who taps into the magic of her spirit as she focuses her energy, opens her heart, trusts her intuition, embraces her fears, and shares her gifts in service to others.
  • An Evangelista is a woman who supports and advocates a philosophy, a values system, a lifestyle, a cause, or a campaign that improves her life and others’ lives.
  • A Flowista is a woman who unplugs from her digital life and tech devices for periods of time so she can recharge and take care of herself; and encourages women to unplug from their digital lives by incorporating mindfulness and self-care practices.
  • A Lifestylista is a woman who lives her life as a work of art; expresses it through her passion for beauty, entertaining, fashion, food, home décor, personal style, and travel; and inspires others to live their lives as works of art.
Cover Art by Dariela Cruz

Cover Art by Dariela Cruz

Learn More About Digital Sisters of the Year and Digital Sisterhood Leadership Archetypes

Digital Sisterhood Network founder Ananda Leeke’s new book, Digital Sisterhood: A Memoir of Fierce Living Online (available on Amazon for Kindle and as a paperback) includes a list of the 2010, 2011, and 2012 Digital Sisters of the Year. It also features an appendix that helps you explore and identify your own Digital Sisterhood Leadership Archetypes. The interactive exercises encourage you to journal your thoughts in the book’s notes section.

Special Message for 2013 Digital Sisters of the Year — #DigitalSisterhood 100

Please feel free to post the Digital Sister of the Year badge on your blog, web site, and social media sites. The code is also included below.

DSoftheyear150

<a href=”https://digitalsisterhood.wordpress.com/2012/11/01/digital-sisterhood-month-dsmonth-2012-is-coming-in-december/“> <img src=”https://digitalsisterhood.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/dsoftheyear1501.jpg” alt=”celebrate-digital-sisterhood-dec-150″ width=”300″ /></a>

Badge Design by Dariela Cruz

Badge Design by Dariela Cruz

2013 #DigitalSisterhood 100 List

1) Creativistas

2) Empiristas

3) Empoweristas

4) Enchantistas

5) Evangelistas

6) Flowistas

7) Lifestylistas