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Women's History Month: Who's Your Hero? Tell Us for the Chance to Win $100!

Women's History Month: Who's Your Hero? Tell Us for the Chance to Win $100!

This Women's History Month, we'd like to honor all of the women who have made a difference in this world - globally, locally, or personally. Tell us about the women in your life who have inspired you to become the woman that you are.

Share your hero's story with us and you'll be entered for the chance to win $100!

There are three ways to enter:

  1. Comment below with the name of the woman who has most inspired you. Don't forget to tell us why! (Worth 1 entry.)
  2. Upload a picture of your hero here. (Worth 5 entries.)
  3. Upload a video showing your hero here. Make sure to tell us why you are inspired by her. (Worth 15 entries.)

*One lucky commenter or photo/video uploader will be chosen at random to receive $100. Winner can choose if it is given via PayPal, or as an Amazon gift card. Giveaway is open through April 1, 2018 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.

 

Update: Thanks to everyone who entered! Congrats to our winner, SheSpeaks member yarbr012.

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  • emimorgan By emimorgan
    03.14.18  

    my mom is my hero!

  • samie1 By samie1
    03.14.18  

    My sister, Mary

  • lilang By lilang
    03.14.18  

    My best friend.

  • takgirl14 By takgirl14
    03.14.18  

    My mom is my hero. I aspire to be just like her, and from what people tell me, I?m doing a good job of it! She is/was the best mom, wife and homemaker. She balanced everything and was very organized and on top of everything she has/had to do!

  • Karenf By Karenf
    03.14.18  

    Malala Yousafzai for being so courageous and changing the lives of so many women.

  • Hywelda9 By Hywelda9
    03.14.18  

    My great-grandmother, who walked along a train line with her children and a friend's child - to bring them all to America. I owe her everything. (And as far as the people who are anti-immgrant and say that at least their ancestors came in legally - really? My Greatgram had no papers and could not read or write - the same as so many at that time.)

  • jpicker By jpicker
    03.14.18  

    Oprah is awesome - not sure if she inspired me but I absolutely love her!

  • EnticingHealthyEating By EnticingHealthyEating
    03.14.18  

    Marilyn (my mom) has been the biggest inspiration in my life.

  • wendy1214 By wendy1214
    03.14.18  

    My mother is my hero! She was always there for me as a kid, and supported me in all i wanted to try. She now has Lewy body Dementia, and has fought a hard fight. it is so hard to see my mother as a shell of the woman she used to be. But I still love her, no matter what

  • kymom13 By kymom13
    03.14.18  

    My mother has most inspired me. She was a stay at home parent till I was 4 and my father left. My proud mother had to BEG for a job. She worked her way up from a desk clerk to a manager of an office! Despite not having a lot of money, she always made sure we had food on the table and clothes on our backs. She went over 10 years with the same clothes, sewing them up so she could make sure my brother and I had shoes. She wasn't perfect but she was/is an amazing woman who showed me what loving and caring and family is all about!

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