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What is a sousou?

A sousou (SU-su) is a form of cooperative economics often used by West African and Caribbean women. It is a community pool of funds in which each participant makes an ongoing contribution. On a set date, those who have contributed receive a distribution of the entire pool's value. This system enables communities to save, support, and invest


sousou strategies story

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Britt McClintock

co-founder & strategist

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Kala Stepter

co-founder & strategist

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"What's in place that we consider "just the way it is" that could 
actually be changed?"


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"We'll learn problem solving. Doesn't matter the subject, doesn't matter the topic. If we teach how to think, we can solve any problem."

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"How do you take care of yourself while doing DEI work?"

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"What does it feel like when we fight with each other instead of against each other?"

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"How can we rebuild the foundation while the building is still standing?"

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"If culture is "invisible" then why is it so influential to an organizations success?"

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Britt and Kala founded sousou strategies.

"Why did we found sousou?"

Invest in the people on your team and move your organization forward.

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