To me, it means that we are our own bosses in life. It doesn’t mean ripping men to shreads, or that we can’t be dependent, but we can decide where we go in life, and don’t need anyone, whether it’s the other genders or our own to tell us what to do.
2. What woman/women do you most admire? Why?
If this means someone “famous” I’d have to say Dianna Agron. I’ve always looked up to her since being a part of the glee cast, because she’s always playing an empowered woman, and she took these roles and decided she was going to do something in life to be more empowered, such as working with the UN. In my personal life, I have to say my mum and sister. They both go through so much on a daily basis yet always manage to smile at the end of the day.
3. Share with us a story, drawing, or video that you think says “empowered women.”
Although I was a bit iffy about her and Harry’s relationship, Megan as a women, as a person is truly inspirational. She isn’t afraid to be who she is, even if it means going against royal protocol.
4. Share with us the best lesson you’ve learned in leadership.
Try and be as objective as possible. Our own opinions and feelings can always hinder the progress of others, and while we should be able to have our own perspective, you have always got to consider the other perspective too, and why someone may see things that way.
5. What cause do you most want to bring awareness to? Why?/What does it mean to you?
It will always be the fight for invisible illnesses to be taken seriously. I’ve suffered with invisible illnesses all my life, and let me tell you, it gets tiring having to constantly repeat myself that my illnesses are hidden, and I look just as normal as the next person.
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