Amazing things happen when women support each other. We Sisters represents us; women that embody empowerment, strength, education, self-care, feminism and above all sisterhood.
My sister and I celebrate our uniqueness, we accept new challenges and adventures, enjoy laughter beyond measure and embrace the divine nature of each other. We love our lives, and want you to love yours.
We Sisters is built on the foundation that all of us have the potential to achieve the impossible, and with a little nudge from your sister, you can do just that.
Founder & Creative Director of We Sisters. Lindsay is a younger sister, friend, mom, foodie, adventurer, Libra, bookworm, and a dreamer. She laughs loudly, sometimes curses like a sailor, has a flair for the dramatic and will try just about anything at least once. Grew up in Northern Virginia, but has lived in many places. Currently saying goodbye to Island life, to head back to the east coast.
Graduated with a degree in Government and International Politics, jumped head first into graduate school for an MBA. Worked in Real Estate and Development for 10 years before putting the backpack back on for continued education in health and wellness. Certified as a Nutrition & Health Counselor, also certified in Weight Management. Creator of Team Mudda’s, a group for Military Spouses that promotes fitness, nutrition and self-care.
Creative Director & Contributor to We Sisters. Brittany is the oldest sister. She teaches junior high band by day, exercises to maintain her sanity by evening, and enjoys solitude with her husband by night. She dotes on her 100lb English American bulldog, Murphy and unlike Lindsay, she curses like a sailor all the time. She excels at giving everyone around her a nickname, prompted…or not and is fiercely protective of those she cares about.
Flute performance has always been an undying passion, leading her to a BM in flute performance and an MM in music education. Travelling, cooking, and reading run a very close second on the list of undying passions.
We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced.