Madison,
19
March
2019
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11:40 PM
America/Chicago

The woman who inspires my dreams

During Women's History Month, American Family Vice President Betty Bergquist reflects on her mother, the woman who most inspires her. 

Women’s History Month is a time to reflect on women who accomplished firsts and stood up for equality so we could have better lives today.

Women like Marie Curie, a physicist who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. Margaret Thatcher, the first woman in European history to be elected prime minister. Gloria Steinem, who became nationally recognized as a leader and spokeswoman for the American feminist movement.

It’s also a time to thank women who had an impact in our own lives, helping us become who we are today.

When I think about women who made a mark on my life and my career, women I admire most, I keep coming back to my mom.

Yes, I had wonderful mentors who helped me succeed. Women who went to bat for me and pushed me to the next level.

But it all started with my mom.

Read the rest of Betty's story on Medium.com