Sisterhood Empowerment Circle

Welcome to the Sisterhood Empowerment Circle (Ghana)

A supportive space to unite Sisters with a common purpose that enhances personal, social and professional development.

This will incorporate a Sisterhood discussion, creative activity, life coach, business/community pitch, healthy meal and gift. Also included will be trips & adventures to rejuvenate the mind, body and soul. 

In respect of the Presidents address to protect the nation against Corona virus, the monthly gatherings were postponed between March and June.

But we therefore commenced The Sisterhood WhatsApp Group to elevate discussions with themed topics, online support and related tasks to compliment. (see topics below)

UPDATE: We shall commence The Sisterhood Empowerment Circle on Saturday 18th July at The Canvas, Accra.
Join today – Contact 0241116519 for WhatsApp link & further information. 


Saturday 21st March: Discussion: What is Sisterhood and Define Self-Love.
Activity: 7 Self-Love Tasks

Saturday 18th April:   Discussion: Relationship with Money. Activity: Prosperity Game.
Saturday 25th April: Discussion: Increasing Sources of Income.
Saturday 9th May: Discussion: Online Marketing
Saturday 16th May: Discussion: Creative Corner: Boost & Boast.
Saturday 6th June: Discussion: Creative Corner: Skills Update
Saturday 18th July: Programme: Empowerment, Unity, Affirmations.  @ The Canvas
Saturday 1st August: Discussion: Let Food be thy Medicine
Saturday 15th August: Programme: tbc @ Canvas

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Winifred Adjei is a Life & Leadership Coach and the Managing Director of WA Coaching. She professionally trained as a Life Coach in 2016. An avid member of the Association of Coaching International (since 2016), a Co-founder of the Mastermind Group Accra, and a proud member of Toastmasters International Ghana/UK.
Winifred believes we are all leaders. However, she understands in order to be a great leader, we must first be able to lead ourselves. Winifred coaches women to live the life they desire – by defining their goals, developing a mindset for success, and creating an action plan to reach their Goals.


Womens Corner was established in March 2018 by Michelle Konadu & Bridget Boakye – to foster dialogue, inspire action, and create and disseminate opportunities amongst its members. Especially where elevating the voices of women in Ghana through their content creation.  The Calabash Hub and Womens Corner have collaborated to organise Day Outing, Discovery Trips and Adventures throughout the year – as part of The Sisterhood. @konadu.michelle,