Sheros “On A Divine Path Mission”
By Twillea Evans-Carthen
Sacred Sistahs, Inc. 10th Annual Shero and Scholarship Fundraiser Breakfast was held on Saturday, March 17, 2018 at Immanuel Praise Fellowhip Church. Dr. Tonia Causey-Bush, Founder and Chief Excecutive Officer was pleased to honor Shero Twillea Evans-Carthen, University Ombuds Officer and Director of Ombuds Services at California State University, San Bernardino; Shero Cherilynne Hollowell, Educator for Riverside Unified School District; and Shero Gail Martin-Mathews, Retired Assistant Superindent of Curriculum and Instruction.
Congratulations to the following 2018 scholarship recipients: Thandiwe Bush, Summit HS; Alondra Duncan, Summit HS; Jada Simone Gray, St. Bernard HS, and Kandace Simmons, Summit HS.
The mission of Sacred Sistahs, Inc. is to empower serve, and improve the overall health, well-being, spirit, and vitality of African American and African women and children by nourishing and elevating the mind, body, and spirit. For more information visit http://www.sacredsistahsinc.org/