The mission of Sisters in Energy is to empower and elevate women of color in the energy industry, fostering a supportive and network that promotes career growth, leadership development, and professional success. Through mentorship, advocacy, and educational resources, we aim to break the glass ceiling and inspire the next generation of African American female leaders, creating a balanced and diverse energy sector that thrives on the strengths and abilities of all its members. Sisters in Energy is committed to driving equity solutions, promoting innovation, and shaping a sustainable future for African American women in the energy field.
On March 6 Women Who Charge will recognize leading energy torchbearers in 6 different categories:
Green Energy Policy
Waste Reduction and Recycling
5 reasons to support Women Who Charge and its Sisters in Energy group
Representation and Diversity: Black women are historically underrepresented in the energy industry. By supporting and recognizing their contributions, we can help increase representation and diversity within the industry
Equal Opportunities: Supporting and giving awards to black women in the energy industry helps ensure that they have equal opportunities for career advancement, leadership roles, and recognition for their achievements. We believe these awards help address systemic inequalities and biases that may exist within the industry.
Inspiration and Role Models: The awards highlight the accomplishments of black women in the energy industry and can serve as inspiration and provide role models for aspiring professionals. It shows that success is attainable and encourages others to pursue careers in the field
Promoting Innovation and Creativity: Diverse perspectives and experiences contribute to innovation and creativity. By supporting black women in the energy industry, we can tap into their unique insights and ideas, leading to more innovative solutions and advancements in the field
Building Networks and Communities: By supporting Sisters in Energy you are supporting and recognizing black women in the energy industry which helps foster networks and communities where connections, collaborations, can be made. This creates a supportive environment for professional growth and development
Women is Who Charge is a Non-Profit.
Your sponsorship may be eligible for a tax deduction. Women Who Charge is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit.
Interested in sponsoring the Sisters in Energy Awards dinner on March 6?
JANUARY 31 Deadline
Download our sponsorship form and email it over to us before January 31st.
Or submit your sponsorship payment using the Paypal links on this page.
Cobalt Sponsor SOLD OUT $5,000
•Overall event sponsor logo on table tent cards, program, and this web site that will promote the event
•Tickets for 4 people to attend dinner
Lithium Sponsor (2 available) $3,000
•Logo on table tent cards and program
•Tickets for 2 people to attend dinner
Nickel Sponsor (2 available) $500
•Logo on program
•Tickets for 1 person to attend dinner
Your sponsorship may be eligible for a tax deduction. Women Who Charge is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit. Support Women Who Charge & Sisters in Energy. Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals.