The Sisters Lifting As We Climb Network is an inter-generational, personal, and professional support network for women of color.
 
The Sisters Lifting As We Climb  Network mission is to serve as a conduit to advance economic mobility for Black women while amplifying their voices and visibility in the City of Pittsburgh and beyond. 

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We exist to be a trusted community of support and accountability, to support Black Women in the improvement of their quality of life.

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Our Services

Personal & 
Professional development

community of support
& accountability

economic
empowerment

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Our Founder

Sharnay

Hearn-Davis

Opening doors for black women

in Pittsburgh and abroad

Sharnay Hearn Davis is a Pittsburgh native who is proud of her historic Hill District roots. She has committed her life's work to education, social justice, and creating equitable opportunities for all citizens. Emphasizing addressing the issues of poverty and supporting resilient and under-resourced populations or communities.  

" Sometimes in life we grow through things and have to learn how to birth purpose out of what we need. This is exactly what The Sisters Lifting As We Climb Network is for me."

The Realities of Black Woman is written by 10 brilliant black women from all walks of life. These amazing women have gone above and beyond to serve their families and, communities while facing great adversities. These women are relentless in their pursuit of equality. Despite the barriers and hardships that each woman has faced, they are still finding ways to thrive. 

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