In honor of International Women’s Day,
we asked our women in the workplace
Why is it important to you?

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  • I love to see women succeed. And, helping others get to their fullest potential is important to me. I do everything possible to push those I work with be at the top of their game. But most important, to show my two daughters that there is nothing they can’t accomplish.

  • Each generation in my family have empowered the next to be strong, independent women. I hope to teach my daughters to be kind, creative and courageous and to pave the way for their daughters.

  • International Woman’s Day is important because it is a time to recognize and celebrate our closest friends, partners in crime, mentors, mothers, sisters, daughters, listeners, caregivers, hand holders, cheerleaders, believers, advisors, teachers, and role models!

  • The best role model in my personal and business life has been my mother. She has guided my decisions in life by example.

  • This day is important to me to recognize and celebrate the resilience, ingenuity and accomplishments of women around the world. It is a chance to applaud individual accomplishments as well as those making a global impact. On a personal level, I strive to instill confidence and respect in both my children and encourage involvement

  • There are rights and opportunities I consider basic that didn’t previously exist and are still not afforded to certain populations of women. I have little ones in my life and I want to encourage them through my own actions to be mindful of these rights and not take them for granted. I’ll be donating to a women’s org. to mark the day.

  • International Women’s Day is important to me because we celebrate the inspiring and courageous women around the world who secure women’s rights. It’s a day to connect with one another and to give thanks for all of the generations of amazing women!

  • As women, we are always fighting against the idea that we are not as strong, not as intelligent, and not as capable. It is that underdog mentality that pushes us to be the best that we can be. I am proud of the milestones our gender has reached and am hopeful for the day when gender equality is achieved.

  • As a daughter I dedicate this day to my mother, celebrating her journey and the barriers she has overcome in the working world. I applaud her strength, her powerful mind, and her accomplishments as she is the role model I look up to every day. On this day I ask that we celebrate each other.

  • It is a reminder to recognize the successes of strong female leaders.  It is important to support and respect these women in our families, friendships, and at work every day.

  • “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone” – “Unknown”

  • This day is very important for women all around the world. We should come together to express our pride and to show future generations that anything is possible if you believe in yourself.

  • Women have a stunning capability to strengthen each other. I have a teenage sister, and I feel passionate about being both a source of support and challenging her to reach beyond limits. I value independence, and I am fortunate to have women in my life that inspire me to step out of my comfort zone and create new opportunities.

  • Celebrating, encouraging and empowering women is important to acknowledge everyday! I firmly believe in helping other women succeed and reach their full potential. I feel especially lucky because I am surrounded by strong, intelligent women in my personal and professional life.

  • As a reminder to celebrate the women who paved the way both historically and personally for progress. It gives us a chance to look back at how far we’ve come and serves as motivation to keep pushing forward. This only takes on more meaning as I hope to inspire my niece in the same ways I’ve been encouraged; the only one who can hold you back is yourself.

  • I come from a long line of strong, hardworking women who were the backbones of their families. This day is a celebration to them and the generations of daughters and granddaughters they created with whom they instilled the most important qualities to succeed in this life; both personally and professionally.

  • It’s a day set aside to celebrate how women have impacted the world and encourage each other to keep moving forward. To keep striving towards our goals.

  • International Women’s day is important to me because the older I get the more I realize how important it is both socially and mentally to have strong relationships with my girlfriends. They are there with me for all the fun times, and there for me for the hard times. Some of my closest girlfriends I have, I have met through work and they have helped become a better person as I grow in my career and I couldn’t be more grateful!

  • Makes me remember all the women who have helped me get to where I am today, especially this lady, Mildred H Birkmann, MA, CCC (aka Nan), Pat LaPeruta (aka Mom) and Nettie LaPeruta (aka Grandma)

  • I have the privilege to be surrounded by women who inspire me. From my friends to my colleagues, I am proud to say that the women in my life demonstrate inclusiveness, drive and passion and push me every day to do the same.

  • It is very important to celebrate women all over the world. We should embrace our beauty inside and out as well as our accomplishments. Women have come a long way and we need to be thankful for the generations before us who for the opportunities we have now. Women today are more empowered and we can do anything we set our minds to.

  • I am lucky to be where I am in my life and in my career. Have I worked hard for it – yes! But I’ve also been given many advantages that millions of women in other parts of the world have not. As an American, it’s easy to forget the struggles of those who came before us and of those in developing countries who still struggle. It’s easy to take for granted the right to attend college, to move up the ladder, to take home equal pay, to raise a family and have a career. It may not be a man’s world where we are, but for so many it still is. Many are never given the chance that we are.

    I’m proud of how far we’ve come. But until all women in all corners of the globe are held in equal value to men, there’s still work to be done!

  • This is a day to see the strides that women have made in this world so far. While so many women in the world do not have the freedoms and advantages that we do, there is still more work to be done. No one should be made to feel bad or as though they are a less of a person because they are a woman. Let them be celebrated because they are a woman!

  • Its important to me because every little girl, like this little girl, should have the right to take advantage of every opportunity this country has to offer. No matter your sex or the color of your skin.

  • The options I have my grandmother could only dream of.  My mother had more but still roles were defined.  Now before their eyes women have finally received the right to show everyone what we are capable of, and we are amazing.  By the time my daughter starts making decisions I want her to know she can make a difference.

  • It is a day to reflect on how far our society has come since the generations before; yet, a time to be aware of the work left to be done, here and around the globe, to achieve equality. As the mom of two boys, I strive to raise them with that social awareness.

  • As the mother of a daughter I feel it’s very important to celebrate women who have paved the way for our generation and I am hopeful that we can continue the fight for equal rights for future generations.

  • International Women’s day reminds me of a quote that was told to me, which I now tell my daughter; “Strong women stand together when things are rough, hold each other up when they need support and LAUGH together when there’s no reason to”.

  • The day remains important for the reasons of its’ origin in 1909: to support the movement for women’s rights and protest deplorable working conditions. While much has been achieved, it is important to continue the global efforts for equality, as not all countries enjoy what many western countries take for granted.

  • It is a day to reflect on the particular power of women. Women did not just break into the career market, leaving all other responsibilities behind, but rather have expanded the job description and continue to bear the burden of social expectations. This is a great day to reflect on the duality of a woman’s job, both in the professional and personal settings.

  • It’s a day to reflect on the amazing women who have inspired, encouraged and have lead the way for us to succeed, believe in ourselves and be proud of who we are. As a mother it is important for me to raise my children to value and respect all people, to be proud, confident, compassionate and kind. Knowing that they can accomplish anything.

  • Not only is this an important day, but it should be celebrated every day. As women, we have made strides, but there is still room for improvement since other parts of the world women are still not afforded their rights. It is important to show my two girls it is vital to LOVE and SUPPORT not only oneself, but also others regardless of gender, race, or sexual orientation and then we all can reach for the stars.

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