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Breaking Barriers Isn't Easy

Since 2012, Saris to Suits has been breaking barriers and advancing empowerment for women and girls. We seek to shine an illuminating light on factors that can advance women's empowerment and raise diversity awareness. Our "Empowered Calendar" campaign has been a potent fundraising vehicle for non-profit groups. Past featured role models have included HBS and MIT graduates, entrepreneurs, olympians, CNN journalists, human rights activists and many more. By supporting key organizations, Saris to Suits is able to provide support to a number of causes. Past beneficiaries have included Alpha Gnar "Our House' Chicago, Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County, Raksha "Protection" Atlanta, Sakhi for South Asian Women NY, University of Houston, 7 Sisters International, Narika, Tapestri, University of Texas - Dallas Student Chapter, Metro Achievement Center for Girls, and Saheli Boston.

Look forward to exciting new things to come from Saris to Suits including:

  • Fun events focused on leadership, empowerment, and equality

  • Monthly newsletters featuring new role models

  • New blog bringing awareness to global social injustices, gender inequalities, and how you can help provoke change

  • Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities

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