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The Second Chapter Sisterhood

There's Strength in Sisterhood

​​This ain't your mother's "Ladies Who Lunch" club.

Sisterhood = Power.

Power to believe in yourself. Power to draw on the strength and support of others. Power to get out of your own way and try something new.

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So, what's the buzz, buzz, buzz?

"When I recently sold my business, my world suddenly became quite small. Fast forward to one month later: I was beginning to panic about resume writing and my job search. While procrastinating about my resume, I came across a Facebook post about a networking group called 'The Second Chapter Sisterhood'.

The group brought women together in all forms. Some were employed and some were not. Some were in a job transition stage like me. I thought to myself, 'What do I have to lose?' Slightly hesitant, I signed up for just one lunch meeting. Within 5 minutes of meeting The Sisterhood ladies I felt hopeful. The leader of the group, Kim Miles, gave me a warm greeting and I quickly noticed that all the greetings were warm and welcoming. I felt my small world beginning to grow again and after two meetings I have walked away with connections, resources and a sense that my path going forward won't feel so lonely with The Sisterhood by my side. I truly am thankful for this group and I look forward to growing with them."

"On To My Next Chapter"


"The Second Chapter Sisterhood™ helped me create how to truly showcase WHO I am, not WHAT I am.  I am still a mother, a volunteer, a runner/triathlete, but that is the 'what' and not the 'who.'  Now I am so much more confident and comfortable (the latter being the key!) talking about myself: my career experiences; my thoughts and opinions; my goals and aspirations.  I am not JUST the mother of three middle-schoolers, or JUST a solo-practitioner, or JUST a volunteer.  After 14 years of feeling like I am 'just a mom,' I now know I am so much more than that, I am comfortable talking about it, and I realize I really love being me.

"I Am So Much More Than..."

Photography Credits: Rob Carlin