Kreative Images Foundation
Our Motto:  YAYOL - You Are Your Only Limitation

S4SN Event

e a part of the Empowerment Tour of the year, that's initiating and creating global initiatives and collaborations from Jamaica, Chicago and Kansas City, to Washington, D.C.

This leg of the 2017 Summer Empowerment Tour is being hosted by

and Facilitated by Sherita J. Herring

Join us for the

Business & Grants Conference for “All” Industries & Entrepreneurs 

Sisters 4 Sisters Network, Inc. (S4SN) is a 501c3 non-profit membership driven organization. The key to S4SN's success is creating an empowerment, motivational and informative environment developed in a Spirit of Sisterhood.  Continuing with our objective to empower those we serve, we are excited to be involved with the 2017 Empowerment Tour with Sherita J. Herring and the Kreative Images Foundation.

Facilitated by one of the leading community 
development speakers, business/nonprofit strategists, and grant procurement experts in the U.S., this is a "must attend" forum where you'll gain funding opportunities and capacity building strategies that will aid with business development, job creation, and community and economic development; while expanding your footprint to national and international borders.

Who should attend?  

Entrepreneurs, Small Business Owners,Nonprofit Leaders, Contractors, Horticulturist/
Gardeners, Caterers/Chefs/Bakers, Authors/Writers/Poets, Educators, Photographers, Film Makers/Documentarians, Clergy, Community Leaders, Healthcare Professionals and more. 

July 14-15, 2017 

July 14, 2017, 6p - 9p - VIP Reception and Registration & Refreshments

July 15, 2017, 8:30a - 3:30p - Conference (lite breakfast provided; on-your-own lunch)

Early Bird Registration $299.00 thru July 7, 2017
Beginning July 8, 2017, registration is $350.00 (value $450)

Held at 

Loft 5900

 5900 Princess Garden Parkway

Lanham, MD 20706

In an effort to advance your goals, you'll learn from one of the top community development speakers, business/nonprofit strategists, and grant procurement experts in the United States. 

Sherita has aided in raising over $30 million and formed more than 600 global organizations.  With more than 25 years experience, she has coached and/or aided countless global leaders and celebrities; listed below with their careers and social-entrepreneur causes (partial list):

Vicente Fox, Former President of Mexico (aiding the poor and disenfranchised populations of Mexico); Bradie James, former NFL linebacker for Dallas Cowboys (breast cancer activist); Bill Duke, movie producer and actor (youth and film); Hillary Swank, Oscar winning actress (dog/animal rescue); Jalen Rose, ESPN Announcer and former NBA star (youth literacy); Tippi Hedren, legendary actress (animal rights activist); Carl Lewis, Track Olympian (youth athletics); Bootsy Collins, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (music literacy and youth development); Lisa Nichols, Speaker (motivation and self-development); Tatyana Ali, actress (youth/community empowerment); Byran Blake, UN Ambassador (indigenous people/countries); Michael Colyar, comedian/actor (prison impact/community strategies); Cocoa Brown, comedian/actress (nonprofit strategies); Anthony Anderson, actor/comedian (youth/diabetes/workplace team building); Kim Coles, actress/comedian (women/girl's empowerment); Eddie Griffin, actor/comedian (young ladies empowerment); Lisa Ray, actress/designer (women's leadership); Les Brown, renowned motivator (leadership development); Jim Brown, NFL Legend/Activist (literacy/gang intervention strategies); Mayor James Young, (small town economic development).

Hear what Bootsy Collins and Lisa Nichols have to say . . .


During this comprehensive forum you’ll learn effective grant procurement, while also learning strategic planning, sequencing, global collaboration strategies and so much more.

Learn the step-by-step process of preparing an effective grant proposal for “any” kind of program or service, even if you're a dog-walker, arborist, scientist, inventor, school teacher or child care director.

Advance registration required!


For additional information call Peggy Morris at (240) 678-0117 or email to