Founded in May 2004, iask, Inc. started out as “I Am My Sister’s Keeper, Inc.” We officially changed our name in 2006 to our acronym (IASK) so that it could become a registered U.S. Trademark (an official mark was granted in both 2006 and 2007 in both its original and present forms). We have a membership base that spans 14 States within the Continental U.S. and we have members in South Africa, Paris, and London.
Our goal when we started in 2004 was simple: We promised to share our life stories; our struggles; our joys; our hopes, and our goals with other women of accomplishment who would commit to "lift us up" instead of tearing us down. Many of us were simply weary of all we had encountered with other organizations lead by women and we wanted an organization that was going to truly live up to the mission & meaning of sisterhood. Through the years we have had our ups and downs—service and sisterhood in their purest forms are never easy—but we persevered with love and loyalty and we have positively impacted, and transformed the lives of countless women and their families.
Five years down the road, iask, Inc. is a now a non-stock Virginia Corporation, and is pending final IRS approval for our 501c3 non-profit status this year. Since that time, we have changed our name officially to iask, Inc. which has grown to over 2500 national subscribers to our weekly message of inspiration and more than 500 active dues paying members.
Men’s Advisory Committee
Sister Buddy Groups