Discover empowering programs designed exclusively for members of the U.S. Coalition of Black Women Businesses. Join our mentorship program, gain access to business development workshops, and connect with a network of like-minded entrepreneurs.

The Power of SHEE™

The power of Social,
Health, and Economic Equity
cannot be overstated. These three factors are
interconnected and essential to the well-being and prosperity of individuals
and communities.

“The U.S. Coalition of Black Women Businesses stands united in breaking down the systemic barriers and discrimination that have hindered Black women’s access to resources, networks, and opportunities. Our coalition is vital as it champions equal opportunities, empowers economically, provides inspiring role models, and creates positive community impact. Through social equity, we forge an environment where Black women entrepreneurs thrive, succeed, and make indelible contributions to society. Together, we rise, shattering stereotypes and paving the way for a future where our potential knows no bounds.”

SHEE™ Talk

In the U.S. Coalition of Black Women Businesses, we embrace the power of Social, Health, and Economic Equity (SHEE) as a cornerstone of our mission. We recognize that Black women entrepreneurs face systemic barriers and limited opportunities, and we are dedicated to creating a safe space where they can network, collaborate, and succeed. Through Economic Equity, we strive to level the playing field, dismantling discrimination and ensuring access to education, training, and business opportunities. Together, we empower Black women businesses to thrive and make a lasting impact in our communities.

SHEE™ Shed

“In our SHEE SHED, the U.S. Coalition of Black Women Businesses cultivates a vibrant networking environment through interactive activities that spark conversations and forge connections. From engaging icebreaker games to dynamic speed networking sessions and thought-provoking small group discussions, we create opportunities for meaningful interactions among black women entrepreneurs. Together, we empower one another to exchange ideas, build relationships, and unlock new possibilities for growth and success.”

Dear SHEE™

“Empowering Black women in business, the U.S. Coalition is your guiding light on the path to success. Submit your questions, and members with good standing will provide valuable insights and practical tips. With confidentiality and a supportive community, we’re building a network of excellence. Together, let’s achieve greatness in business and networking!”


Welcome to Dear SHEE, a platform that focuses on providing tips and guidance specifically tailored to the world of business and networking. At Dear SHEE, we understand the importance of navigating the professional landscape with confidence, knowledge, and a strong support network. Our goal is to empower our members by offering valuable insights, strategies, and advice to help them succeed in their careers and excel in their networking efforts.


Dear SHEE is on a mission to build a thriving community of ambitious professionals who support and uplift one another in their business journeys. We believe that sharing expertise, experiences, and best practices is key to unlocking personal and professional growth. Through our platform, we aim to provide a safe and inclusive space where members can seek guidance, share insights, and connect with like-minded individuals.



“Dear SHEE is your gateway to success in business and networking. Submit your questions confidentially and receive expert advice, actionable tips, and strategies tailored to your needs. Learn from a vibrant community of professionals, share your experiences, and forge meaningful connections. Join our supportive network and unlock your full potential!”


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