Saideh Browne is a women's empowerment activist and President of the National Council of Women of America; a think-tank of keynote speakers and experts. She is frequently hired by corporations, universities, and organizations to give talks on the intersectionality of race, class, and the global grind for gender diversity; as well as other tools and specialized solutions based on the framework of the United Nations’ Global Goals Initiative.

About Saideh Browne


Saideh Browne is an eight-time published author, President of the National Council of Women at the United Nations, and frequently keynotes on community development, matters of concern to women, and our global grind for equality.

She oversees cause-related marketing campaigns and directs her network's donated dollars, in-kind contributions, and social media support to key issues such as the water crisis in Flint, Michigan; health initiatives and the empowerment and education of women. She frequently keynotes on the global grind for gender equality, political engagement, clean water and sanitation as well as other tools and specialized solutions based on the framework of the United Nations’ seventeen Sustainable Development Goals and its Global Goals Initiative.

Ms. Brown has rendered a TEDx talk, appeared on the Doctor Oz Show several times and has been featured in Family Circle and Redbook magazines as well as the popular websites BlackEnterprise.com and MadameNoir.com. 

In 2009, her mother lost a courageous battle with ovarian cancer and she has since dedicated time to raising awareness about this form of cancer; Ms. Browne is a founding board member of the National Clean Water Collective and has served on the boards of Dress for Success, Worldwide, Inc. and Horizon Health Centers. 

Over the years Ms. Browne has been recognized with numerous awards including Zeta Phi Beta Sorority's Woman of the Year. Her 8th book, Courage to Climb was published in 2016.  She lives in New York City.

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