Sistas In Charge
Sistas Taking Care of Business





Sistas In Charge serves as a communication vehicle linking Black females with each other for the purposes of resource sharing, career advancement, financially and spiritually. We are extremely goal-oriented and career-driven, and we are very entrepreneurial. We are more likely to start a business, be successful in business, create jobs, and give back to our communities, We Are Sistas Taking Care Of Business!!!

Spiritually and Financially  






At Sistas In Charge we pride ourselves in the daily contribution to individual and community wellbeing. We believe that by sharing common values we can increase the opportunity of each individual in the community.

Our staff members are a diverse group of individuals with a wide range of skills and expertise. Our goal is to make a difference in your life and those around you. Don't just stand on the sideline get engaged in your community.

Call us today if you live in or near the Mobile, Al area and wish to speak to one of our experts.


What Ever Happen to

Judy Pace -- is an American actress. She made her film debut as one of the title characters in

William Castle's 13 Frightened Girls (1963). Pace got her first major break in Hollywood as the

first black villainess on TV with her role as "Vickie Fletcher"

in the hit ABC-TV soap-opera/drama series Peyton Place (1968).




Girl Just Move On: 7 Warning Signs that it might be time to let go!!!

Are you ready to detach from the current outcome and begin transforming your life in amazing ways....then stop talking about it and do it!


Lessons Learned on the road to self recovery [ Read More !!]

By Leslie Sturgeon You've probably heard the saying, “Everything we want in life is just outside our comfort zone.” Well I’m here to tell you, my friends, it's the truth! A former shy girl, I didn’t believe being daring and uncomfortable could possibly lead me to monumental breakthroughs, but rather… more despair. It all began one toe at a time - then an occasional leap with both feet - out of my comfortable cocoon. Through a desire to create [Read more...]


Black Fitness Today

Black Beauty Fitness Club

11 Steps To A Wealthier You That




The Universe moves and aligns based on focused thoughts and focused intentions. If you are constantly complaining about your job, relationship or anything in your life, you will continue to attract just what you don't want.

Your thoughts must coincide with your feelings that align with your actions. Begin with Gratitude for every step and each experience in your life. You must feel what it is you want. In other words that new car you are looking at...close your eyes start the ignition and imagine driving right now.
Thoughts become things so be mindful and dream big!


When we pray God hears more than we say, answers more than we ask, and gives more than we imagine...In his own time and his own way..FAITH.



God sometimes takes us into troubled waters not to drown us, but to cleanse us.

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How I Walk to the Voice That Speaks to Me

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Let's be honest, Peering into the lives of the rich and famous-by way of glossy magazines and glitzy celebrity tv shows-makes us envious of their lifestyle, clothes,bling, and the mansions they live in. We feel pushed to into their lifestyle. What we fail to realize, is that we aren't famous and don't have the money that they have. African -American Women and Debt : Here are 4
common mistakes we make when it comes to money
1: We expect financial security from the wrong source. Many women believe having a job and earning an income will be the ticket to a secure future. But anyone who works for someone else is vulnerable and at the mercy of her employer. JOB often stands for" just over broke"
2: We expect that marriage or relationships will take care of all our financial needs. If your husband or partner doesn't have their financial head on straight. he can be the source of the problem. Not to mention around 52 percent of marriages end in divorce.
3: We take care of other people. Amazingly, 62 percent of African American women say they have no money after paying bills, and most cite financial responsibility for adult children and grand children as the reason.It's not necessary or even appropriate for you to say yes every time just to buy their love and affection. So learn to say no and stop trying to please everybody at your financial expense. Take care of yourself first..
4: We overspend, plain and simple. We need to learn the difference between a need and a want. We need shoes but want manolos, or we need food but want filet mignon.
If I were to ask you now "'By show of hands, how many of you reading this now are expecting a large inheritance?" is your hand raised? Stop living beyond your means,for most of us,there is a finite amount of money that comes in ,and there's an infinite amount that could go out.these figures need to be balanced and prioritized.


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Why Black Women Don't Support Eachother In Business

Don't Trust Eachother
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