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Celebrate International Women's Day With Us & Win a $100 Gift Card!

Celebrate International Women's Day With Us & Win a $100 Gift Card!

It's time to celebrate us! International Women's Day is March 8, which means it's the perfect moment to appreciate all the women who have come before us and what they have accomplished. 

What women have influenced you? Tell us and you'll be entered to win a $100 gift card to either Amazon, Walmart, or Spafinder to buy something for her, yourself, or another woman in your life!

Plus, your responses could be featured in the next newsletter!

At SheSpeaks, we've been inspired by so many women, both those we know personally and those we've never met. Here are just a few of them:

My Mom

The woman who has positively influenced me is my mom, Ying Lo. She has taught me to never doubt my intuition and to go for what I love to do. She is the reason I am 100% my unapologetic self and strive to do more with my life. - Gaonou

J.K. Rowling

Aside from being an amazing author, J.K. Rowling (Harry Potter) faced a lot of rejection and persevered to see her vision come to life. She gives back generously, speaks her mind and holds true to her beliefs. - Stephanie

My Grandmother

She was an amazing woman who grew up in a time with gender role expectations, yet went on to receive her Master's and start various organizations, including women’s organizations. She was incredibly wise and always gave the best advice. - Melissa

My Mom's Group

When my oldest son was born, I met a group of amazing new moms. We started going out to dinner once a month and we haven't stopped for more than twelve years. These women have inspired me to be a better mom and a stronger person. They also taught me how important it is to support other women - and find women who support you. - Susan

Serena Williams

Serena Williams is more than just an incredible tennis player. She also uses her platform for good and has become a great role model for all, but especially girls, sisters and now moms. Her passion for excellence is inspring. I love her new Nike video that says it all.  - Carol

What women have inspired you? Tell us and you'll be entered to win a a $100 gift card to Amazon, Walmart or Spafinder - winner's choice!

#SheSpeaksWomen Giveaway

*One lucky constestant will be chosen at random to receive a $100 gift card to their choice of Amazon, Walmart or Spafinder. Giveaway is open through March 14th, 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 all who entered! Congrats to our winner, SheSpeaks member cyndylew26. 

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  • laizahill By laizahill
    03.06.19  

    My mom

  • bloubeck By bloubeck
    03.06.19  

    My mom and three sisters.

  • abbey212 By abbey212
    03.06.19  

    My mom

  • raquelslaughter By raquelslaughter
    03.06.19  

    My mother and grandmother are my biggest influences. They taught me that no matter how poor you are the only thing they cannot take away from you is your education. And that you must be able to afford to take care of yourself and your children and to never depend on someone else to take care of you. They are/were very strong women and I am so very fortunate to have been raised by such beautiful, smart people that knew their self worth and instilled in me that I must know mine. - Raquel

  • broach8 By broach8
    03.06.19  

    My mom!

  • HallieAllie By HallieAllie
    03.06.19  

    My mom inspires me through the sacrifices she has made to support and uplift her family.

  • Meggars By Meggars
    03.06.19  

    My Aunt

  • momhomeguide By momhomeguide
    03.06.19  

    I am inspired by all the women who have run for and got a political seat in office recently!

  • Mellycons By Mellycons
    03.06.19  

    For me, my mom inspired me to be kind and try to balance your life. My 7th and 8th grade science teacher showed me that women can do things and work in fields (such as science and math) where few women worked back in those days. Heck, not enough women work in those fields now!

  • Meggars By Meggars
    03.06.19  

    My Aunt!

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