#TheSisterProjectInc was founded by sisters, Brianna Coleman and Kierra Sartor after the passing of their grandmother, Lourdes “LuLu” Alexander on November 15, 2015. The organization was formed as a way to continue on their grandmother’s legacy and to impact the community as she did. Since being created, the organization has held several community service events including their staple “Bagged Blessings,” which is a community service initiative aimed to serve less fortunate individuals in the Washington Metropolitan and surrounding areas.
Brianna Coleman and Kierra Sartor
#TheSisterProjectInc works to educate young adults on the necessary tools for success in the real world as well as mental, physical and emotional success through workshops, community service and mentorship.
Brianna Coleman, 21 years old, was born in Washington Dc and raised in Prince Georges County, Maryland. Brianna is the co-founder of The Sister Project Incorporated, a non-profit organization, co-host of It’s Too Early Podcast, and serial brand ambassador/influencer. At 16, Brianna started at the George Washington University, where she received her associates degree. She then moved to Towson University where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communications Studies and Mass Communications. Brianna remains at Towson University where she is currently studying to receive her Master’s degree in Business Leadership and Professional Studies.
Since a very young age, Brianna has known that it is her purpose to impact, inspire, and influence through her own success. Her passion is to impact her community and show the youth that they can succeed beyond their wildest dreams. It is through teaching dance that she discovered her love for mentorship and the power of pouring back into the youth that will come after her.
Brianna’s ultimate goal is to create a legacy and leave her imprint on the community. She plans to do this by staying true to her goals, keeping a boss mentality, and always giving life 100%.
Impact || Influence || Inspire
Kierra Sartor is a Maryland born and raised early childhood educator and licensed home child-care provider. She is the owner of Garden Growers Family Daycare LLC in Lanham, MD.
Outside of caring for children and running a business, she serves as co-founder of The Sister Project Inc..
Growing up as the oldest of four, her passion for caring and educating infants and toddlers grew tremendously. With the encouragement from her late grandmother, she attended Prince Georges Community College in Largo, MD to further her education in pediatric medicine. After a few years in the medical field she decided to change her degree of knowledge to childhood education. This is when Kierra had the opportunity to create and build her business which is where she spends time nurturing children’s strengths and encourages them to reach new heights.Kierra is certified in CPR/First Aid, pediatric CPR/AED training, medication administration, curriculum and lesson planning, toddler and pre-school learning training, enhancing education training, food nutrition, special needs education program, developing successful behavior management training, early language development, emergency preparedness and more.
While being in the childcare business for a little over five years, she continues her knowledge in early childhood education with the hopes of opening multiple world wide childcare facilities along with being able to encourage and empower others to reach their goals. She continues to serve her community in many ways to continue her family’s legacy of accomplishments, actions, and support.