NC State
Council on the Status of Women

The Sisterhood Celebration commemorates the contributions and accomplishments of NC State women. It was originally called the Susan B. Anthony Dinner but was changed in 1999 to the Sisterhood Dinner to encompass all aspects of the achievements of women.

Event Details

Sisterhood Celebration and Equity for Women Awards 2022: Recognizing Your Magic


2022 Sisterhood Celebration Panel

Deanna Dannels Christine Grant Sarah Ketchem Ritika Shamdasani

Deanna Dannels, Ph.D.

Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Christine Grant, Ph.D.

Associate Dean of Faculty Advancement and Professor of Chemical Engineering

Sarah Ketchem

Director, Grounds and Building Services

Ritika Shamdasani

Junior, Fashion Textile Management with a Concentration in Fashion Development and Product Management and
Co-Founder, Sani

Virtual Resource Guide

The Sisterhood Committee provides this complimentary resource guide.

  • Download the Sisterhood Celebration zoom background to use before and during the event.
  • Use the hashtag #2022sisterhoodmagic and tag @ncsuwomenscenter on Instagram or Facebook as part of our Hashtag Photo Challenge for a chance to receive a gift bag celebrating 30 years of the Women’s Center!
  • Utilize this Padlet before, during and after this year’s Sisterhood Celebration to share ways that you amplify your magic.
  • Please consider a $30 gift to the Women’s Center to help celebration their 30 year anniversary.
  • Get connected to additional activities sponsored by the CSW Professional Development committee including:
    • Feed the Pack If you have the resources to make a contribution, please consider making one here to help. Contributions are especially needed right now! 
    • Council of the Status of Women Book Club.  The CSW invites women from throughout the NC State community to participate in a spring book club. To join us and to cast your vote, visit this link: Council of the Status of Women – Book Club Survey .