SISTUHS, Incorporated was originally founded as S.I.S.T.U.H.S. on December 3, 1992 on the campus of Florida State University by Akiba Jackson and Germaine Smith-Baugh. S.I.S.T.U.H.S., an acronym that was combined from the words Strength, Initiative, Spirituality, Tenacity, Unity, Health and Substance, officially became SISTUHS, Incorporated in 2001.
SISTUHS, Incorporated is a community service organization, dedicated to improving the social disposition of underrepresented populations through community service, education, and other social services in our respective communities.
With eleven beautiful SISTUHS in Metro-Atlanta, we became the 15th chapter on May 2, 2015 - but - the 1st chapter chartered outside of the state of Florida.
Originally established to provide an opportunity for former collegiate SISTUHS to reconnect with the organization; we are now a pathway for women who never experienced SISTUHS, to become inducted as a new member.
Professional women who live or work in Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry, Newton, or Rockdale Counties are always welcome to inquire about membership and/or community service partnership, by contacting a chapter member.
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