Online Global SIS: InterPlay
Sustaining International Sisters (SIS) invites all women
to connect, inspire and support each other through InterPlay.
No matter where you live,
SIS invites you to meet online from all over the world!
Join InterPlay Leader Ruth Schowalter and InterPlay Leader-in-Training Canan Arikan
for two hours of community building through telling stories, playing with movement, and networking.
“It’s so exciting that we can be with each other online. We feel excitement with the music, topics, and laughter coming from every person through our computers. At some moment, you can feel you are not alone that the sisters are around you. It definitely was a wonderful experience.”
- Yue, InterPlayer since Fall 2018 & GT Visiting Scholar
"I’m grateful to Global SIS because it was another experience for me being part of a global union after doing InterPlay with SIS in Atlanta. For two hours, 10 girls from different parts of the world with different time zones seemed to be in the same room. It was incredible! InterPlay worked another time. In this meeting, I found the proof that the distance can’t be a problem if we feel linked and joined. It should be necessary in all countries of the world."
- Chiara, InterPlayer since August 2019 while being a GT Visiting Scholar
"Global SIS was a really refreshing moment for me. Living abroad can be really lonely, but this online meeting was such a touching moment. It reminded me of my American days and of the playful approach to life and work which is different than the Russian and Bosnian way. I'm a Bosnian in Russia and like I said it can be very lonely path. Yesterday, you girls made me feel part of a world group. Part of a community. Part of a sisterhood. A joyful moment."
– Alma, Fullbright Scholar at GT
“The Global SIS meeting was a rich gathering of love and connection. It’s a unique experience to share the movement of our bodies and to interact intimately though we are in different places in the planet.”
- H.A., Recipient of Certificate of Applied InterPlay for Educators, August 2017