Why we need each other...


Chantel George, CEO

Ever since I was young, I’ve always been selling, but I never predicted I would end up being a professional salesperson. From selling piano lessons to the neighborhood kids, to movie tickets as a teen, to now technology to the Fortune 500 -- I’ve come a long way and I’ve learned a few things….

Observation #1

Sales is a white male dominated industry.

Observation #2

The sales track, is underserved by women.

Observation #3

The higher you move up the corporate ladder, the less women you see and it’s even worse for WOC.

Observation #4

I was never taught about how much money I could make in this career, and the advantages that come with being a confident and successful saleswoman.

The result...Sistas In Sales, Incorporated! 

"Chantel George created Sistas in Sales because she noticed a deficiency when it came to women of color in professional sales positions. She recognized due to lack of education around how lucrative sales could be, in addition to women of color not being able to get their foot in the door. She's looking to change that with her organization. Sistas In Sales believes there is power in numbers and by connecting women of color in sales positions all over the country together we are changing the narrative and highlighting a successful career track within sales."

Chantel Nicole George

Chantel Nicole George

My mission is to create this community for us, black women in sales, to find sisterhood within our career tracks, mentorship from VPs/veterans, and education in our fields to reach financial freedom.