About The Sadie Collective
How does the Sadie Collective define Black women?
“Black” is inclusive of the entire African diaspora. Individuals may identify as Black, African American, African, Caribbean or bi/multiracial. Our intention in using the term “women” is to be inclusive of cis women, non-binary people, and those who are otherwise marginalized, whose experiences are aligned with femininity.
What is the name of the annual conference?
The Sadie T. M. Alexander Conference for Economics and Related Fields for all intents and purposes.
When is the annual conference?
The annual conference is typically scheduled for the third week of February of each year in Washington, D.C.
Are you a nonprofit?
The Sadie Collective is a registered 501c(3) organization. All donations are tax-deductible. Previous donations are retroactively tax-deductible now that The Sadie Collective has received 501c(3) status from the IRS.
What is your EIN number?
Our EIN number is 84-1851485.
Where are you based?
Our team has worked in a virtual office setting since our inception.
Whom do I contact for financial inquiries?
Our organization's contact point for all donations/fundraising-related inquiries can be reached through our email: email@example.com.
Where do I donate to the organization?
One-time, monthly, and annual donations can be made directly through the donations tab on our website.
Supporting The Sadie Collective
How do I share opportunities with the Sadie Collective Membership?
The Sadie Collective membership receives weekly digests. If you would like to share an opportunity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or locate the "Share an Opportunity" button.
How do I support the Sadie Collective?
Share our website with students and employees
Follow us on social media
Invite us to present our work