Sitti Social Enterprise co-founders, Jackie and Noora, speak with honesty and vulnerability about critical topics for the everyday, mindful consumer.
Join them on Instagram Live and IGTV while they dive into the issues that we should all be talking about and acting on:
- Women in social enterprise “making it” in the pandemic and post-pandemic economy
- Artisans whose refugee experiences inform, but do not define, their stories
- Moving beyond the $5-a-day budget: discussions around severe socioeconomic inequities (i.e. people living on less than $5 a day), and how we can change these inequities through social enterprise
- Mental and financial well-being in a consumerist society
...and more, plus special guests along the way! Bring your cup of coffee or tea, listen-in and chime in! See below for upcoming Sips with Sitti IG Live events, or check out our IGTV for past episodes as they become available.
Sitti co-founders, Jackie and Noora, sit down for their first IG Live conversation together to talk about women “making it” in the pandemic and (hopefully!) soon-to-be post-pandemic economy. They’ll speak about their own experiences- personal and professional challenges of keeping a small social enterprise running throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The conversation will delve into…
The separate yet distinct experiences of both women becoming infected with COVID-19 while keeping Sitti running
The experience of loss in its many forms during the pandemic and what helped both women survive and move on from that loss
What strategies proved beneficial in remaining a self-reliant and resilient small business, even while more established businesses started closing their doors
Lightning round Q&A from questions submitted via our community on Instagram (DM us if you have a question you want answered on this episode!)