Power Players – Women Making Their Mark. You Can Too

As seen in Make It Better magazine:

Eight Chicago leaders, embracing their power to build a great life for self and others.

As seen hosting the Golden Globes:

Tina Fey & Amy Pohler, hosting the 2013 Golden Globes (photo courtesy of ABC News).

At Sunday’s Golden Globe Award Ceremony, Fey and Pohler reigned with wit and charm.

As seen in the New York Times:

From left, Maggie Hassan, the governor-elect; Ann McLane Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter, elected to the House of Representatives; and Senators Kelly Ayotte and Jeanne Shaheen. Photo credit: The New York Times.

In New Hampshire, women rule – literally. Every major office is filled by a woman.  http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/02/us/politics/from-congress-to-halls-of-state-in-new-hampshire-women-rule.html?_r=0

Dear Daughters, Sisters, Girlfriends and Women Across the USA,

Our time is now. We can and will do anything to which we set our minds and hearts.

Thanks to great women and men who came before us, glass ceilings have been shattered. Thanks to the freedom, education and opportunities accorded us as American women, our employment and other life options are equal to those of any man. (OK, maybe not if you wish to pursue Major League sports…) Thanks to our enlightened culture, our life partners are more likely than ever to share child rearing and domestic responsibilities.

We can now make our mark, make a family and make a difference – over time and with intention and love. Our ability to multi-task and find win/win scenarios for ourselves and others in most situations is perfectly suited for the demands of our complex, developed world.

You are smart, talented, beautiful, and able to create a better world for yourself and others.  Please follow your heart to do so now. And, please, let me know if I can help. It would be my honor.


1 thought on “Power Players – Women Making Their Mark. You Can Too

  1. Thank you so much Susan Noyes. You and the many women like you, inspire us to never give up and move forward with grace and confidence. My mother was one of the first women lawyers in Chicago and she too had that inspiring attitude. Here’s to all of you!

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