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Sister Circle: A Gathering for Black, Brown & Women of Colour

June 9, 2023 @ 18:00 - 20:00

Sister Circle

As Black, Brown and women of colour, sometimes, we might feel that we exist in a world, with systems and structures that were not built for us. So, we navigate, negotiate, cover or fit in, because it makes us feel safe. Nonetheless, it can be very isolating.

The Sister Circle is a non judgmental space created exclusively for Black, Brown and Women of Colour to hold space and safely explore their experiences, feelings and emotions in a supportive environment where you neither have to explain or defend your reality.

The session, facilitated by Chisom Udeze, is an opportunity to find connection and solidarity; a space to speak your truth, share your feelings to whatever degree you feel comfortable, celebrate your wins, simply listen, or find solace in the company of other women.

The Sister Circle is for Black, Brown and women of colour who are: strong, loud, quiet, mothers, shy, bold, working, stay-at-home, entrepreneurs, students, job-seekers, multi-taskers… we invite you to come as you are. You are magical, worthy and needed.

We invite you to make and take S P A C E in authentic connection, to benefit from the wisdom of your sisters as we connect over stories, challenges and triumphs. Sisters’ Circle is a much needed space for women of colour to exhale, and connect with people who truly see and hear you, as you are.

After the session, we will celebrate the New Year with our sisters by hosting a potluck vegetarian dinner. Please feel free to bring a vegetarian dish from your country to share with others. Once you register for the event, we will send you an email to discuss the details of the potluck. If you have any questions, please feel free to email 

When you leave this session, we hope you will feel loved, seen, heard and empowered. We look forward to seeing you.

** Please note that in order to create a safe and supportive space, we will “close the doors” and begin promptly at 18:05. Please arrive on time. **

Cost: NOK100

To register please follow the LINK

**This event is free for HerSpace members.**

Maximum attendees: 20

We want this event to be accessible to all. If your financial situation is preventing you from attending this event, please email 


June 9, 2023
18:00 - 20:00

Chisom Udeze

Founder of Diversify, Diversify Consult, HerSpace & The Annual

Chisom is an Economist, a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) Strategist, and a 3 times founder of impact driven companies. She has over 14 years of experience working with organizations like the European Commission, The United Nations, ExxonMobil and The Economist Group. Chisom is analytical and a data enthusiast. She is passionate about interrogating the cross-sectoral relationship between society’s inhabitants, resources, production, technology, distribution and output. She efficiently and effectively unlocks complex systems, interprets data, forecasts socio-economic trends and conducts research.

Having lived and worked in 7 countries across 3 continents, she is highly adaptable to different circumstances and people, and thrives in uncertain environments.

As the founder of Diversify and Diversify Consult, Chisom and her team work with companies, institutions, governments and civil society to develop sustainable DEIB strategies and embed measurable diversity and inclusion initiatives in the workplace and society. In addition, in 2022, Diversify launched the Diversify Nordics Summit, the largest conference in the Nordics that gathers cross-sectoral stakeholders to amplify DEIB in the Nordics and beyond.

In 2020, she founded HerSpace, a diverse and inclusive co-creation community for all genders, with particular focus on women and non-binary people. In 2022, HerSpace launched HerTech, Women in Tech incubator, for women-led companies, with a focus on the inclusion of diverse founders. 

Chisom is a thought-leader in DEIB and a passionate advocate for mental health and wellness. She writes often on DEIB and justice related topics, some of her work is published on Forbes.

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