The Sadie Collective

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The Sadie Collective is an American non-profit organization which aims to increase the representation of Black women in economics and related fields.[1][2] It was started in August 2018 by Anna Opoku-Agyeman and Fanta Traore, and is named for economist Sadie T.M. Alexander.[3][4][5][6][7] It has organized conferences connecting Black women doing research in economics and related fields.[8][9] Its February 2019 conference was the first exclusively for black women in economics.[10]


  1. Russ, Valerie. "A new generation of black female economists revives a Philly lawyer’s legacy with the Sadie Collective" (in en-US). 
  2. Reid, Maryann. "Deep Rooted Structural ‘Violence’ Keeps Black Women Out of Economics" (in en). 
  3. Fraser, C. Gerald (1989-11-03). "Sadie T. M. Alexander, 91, Dies; Lawyer and Civil Rights Advocate" (in en-US). The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. 
  4. "Meet Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman, Co-Founder and CEO of the Sadie Collective – GUBA Awards" (in en-US). 
  5. Merritt, Keri Leigh (2019-07-09). "Why We Need More Black Women in Economics" (in en-US). 
  6. "Women in Economics: Interview with Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman and Fanta Traore". 2019-09-18. 
  7. Omeokwe, Amara (2020-01-03). "Economics Profession Turns Attention to its ‘Race Problem’" (in en-US). Wall Street Journal. ISSN 0099-9660. 
  8. Dansberger Duque, Catalina Sofia (2019-03-06). "UMBC students Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman and Olusayo Adeleye co-create 1st U.S. conference for Black women economists" (in en-US). 
  9. Wogan, J.B. (2019-04-10). "Making the Case for More Black Women in Economics" (in en). 
  10. Hahm, Jeenho (2019-04-05). "Fighting Underrepresentation in the Public Policy Profession".