In honor of Women’s History Month this is how and why I am empowered…
It is Women’s History Month and March 8th is International Women’s Day. A lot of women are celebrating this with the #ADayWithoutAWoman campaign by not showing up to work and protesting. The left has orchestrated this campaign in order to perpetuate the idea that women in America are oppressed and victimized.
I, however, as a young American woman and young professional can say that I am neither oppressed nor victimized. In fact, I am empowered by the great advances and hard work that women have done and are doing in this country. I am also empowered by men who inspire me to work hard and be determined.
I am empowered because it is through my mind, hard work, and dedication that I can achieve my goals and not let my gender define me or my achievements. I am primarily empowered by my mother Brenda Loera and father Sergio Loera who have taught me and showed me to dream and work hard to realize those dreams.
In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day I wanted to share some of the other people that inspire me personally to be a better professional and person.
Clare Boothe Luce
Clare Boothe Luce truly shattered a glass ceiling by becoming the first American woman to be appointed to a major ambassadorial post abroad. The determination she displayed to achieve all that she did is truly inspiring. She showed that it is not your gender that defines you, but your hard work, mind and perseverance that emboldens you to be better.
Kellyanne Conway displays a great example of tenacity and conviction. She is the first woman to have run a successful presidential campaign. She is sets a great example for women and men to stay true to their values and principles.
Dana Loesch is a political commentator, radio show host, author, and NRA spokesperson. She is one the strongest advocates for the 2nd Amendment. Her fierce personality has inspired me to be more outspoken about the issues that I am passionate about. The persistence and grit she shows inspires people to fight and stand for what they believe in.
Amanda Owens is the founder of Future Female Leaders. I personally have been following Future Female Leaders for a while and I admire Amanda Owens and the entire Future Female Leaders team for what they have achieved and for what they are doing in the conservative movement. As a new business owner, I admire Amanda Owens and I see her as an example as I work to establish myself as a young professional and business owner.
Sen. Ted Cruz
Senator Ted Cruz has been representing my state very well, the great state of Texas. His conviction and respect for the U.S. Constitution and conservatism has inspired me to take a stand and defend the values I hold dear. His unwavering stance on the principles and values of constitutional conservatism is awe inspiring and his commitment to the people of the great state of Texas is admirable.
Sen. Rand Paul
Senator Rand Paul like Senator Ted Cruz has inspired people like me to not waver and to stand strong against the current. His commitment to limited government and the U.S. Constitution inspires me to speak out and defend those ideas.
Ronald Reagan was the 40th president of the United States of America. His faith and steadfastness to the betterment of the country is truthfully inspiring, empowering and admirable. The legacy he left our generation has motivated me and many others to carry on the torch and encourage others to stand and defend our constitution and country.
I am inspired and empowered as young woman and a young professional and I hope to inspire, empower, and encourage future generations as well.
Who are you inspired by? Share it with Hypeline News in the comment section.