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While you may be able to browse the website some elements may be unusable. International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8 every year around the world. The United Nations began celebrating the day in We at Mason Advisory are committed to challenge inequality, call out bias, question stereotypes, and help forge an inclusive world. She is an incredible example of gender equality through action, a truly inspirational woman, and a lovely human being to boot.
Inspiration can come from everywhere and from anyone. No one is too young or old to inspire someone else. You women are all amazing. We have kept each other going throughout this pandemic. Most women are inspiring to battle the world of equality, which continues today all over the world. Things have improved for many, but equality across the world is shocking.
My wife and our two wonderful daughters inspire me. Throughout the pandemic my wife has worked tirelessly supporting children at school and our daughters have adapted so well to remote learning and continued to work diligently. The generations before me such as my mother and grandmother have had an incredibly challenging journey but have been relentless in achieving greatness despite these hurdles.
All of which has paved the way for myself and future generations. The inspirations ranges from:. The inspiration continues daily as the ladies I work with at Mason Advisory are truly brilliant, offering new ambitions and solutions with every engagement, no matter how big or small the challenge! During that time, her successes were not attributed to her and she faced a of barriers associated with being a woman, yet she continued to contribute ificantly to her field of expertise.
An inspirational woman for Nodeep Kaur. For context the largest protest in the world is taking place in India right now. The government passed 3 Farm bills, that Farmers believe will destroy their livelihood. Becky Wallis and Penny Ewbank made history last week when they were the first all-female crew attending a local heath fire — they have worked incredibly hard and achieved so much to break down the stereotypes that often exist.
Ladies, I salute you! My next-door neighbour, Karen smith. Single mother of 2 young girls and springer spaniel, Buster. Also, an NHS key worker. The house is immaculate, the kids are immaculate, happy, polite and never miss school and Karen never misses a day at work and is always smiling and has time for a friendly hello. Katie Piper; seeing the horror she suffered as a young girl is still enough to make me weep but seeing the way she came through it to become a strong and beautiful woman still makes me smile.
Ten years ago Katherine, her husband Steve and two young children left the comfort of a middle class life to live in a mud brick hut and work in one of the poorest orphanages in Uganda. Three years ago Steve sadly died from Sepsis shortly after they had adopted one of the orphans into their own family. Katherine never wavered in her commitment to the children they cared for and continued to serve the children with strength, faith and courage.
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Jasmin Paris — Jasmin is a British fell runner whose achievements will make your eyes water and legs ache. She has broken numerous ultrarunning records, at one point simultaneously holding the fastest female record for the Bob Graham, Paddy Buckley and Ramsay Round look them up — I feel tired just thinking about them. In she set a new record for the Spine Race which covers the whole Pennine Way finishing miles in winter in 83 hours and 12 minutes and 23 seconds.
She was the first woman to win the race outright and beat the record by almost 12 hours and the female record by almost 27 hours.
What makes this achievement even more amazing is that she did so expressing milk for her baby at aid stations along the route. Emma Rettig …………………. Sacrificed a lot for my mother and I, to have the best we could. Abby Philip — year-old CNN journalist.
Anything is in our reach if we work hard for it. No platform is too big for a woman who is determined. Stella Rebecca Ezechi ………. What a women. Parks showed this when she refused to give up her seat for a white man, which sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott — an important symbol of the civil rights movement.
Rob Watkins …………………. Andy Noy ……………. The women who inspire me first and foremost have to be the women in my family and immediate support network. The inspirations ranges from: Managing a full-time job, whilst home schooling as a single mother during a Global Pandemic Leading communities to come together virtually to support larger networks The ability to fundamentally develop wellbeing, health and growth whilst challenging the status quo Being able to get up every day and overcome demons of all sizes The inspiration continues daily as the ladies I work with at Mason Advisory are truly brilliant, offering new ambitions and solutions with every engagement, no matter how big or small the challenge!
Sammy Allanson ………………………. Ben Chamberlain ………………………. She is a Dalit — the lowest caste in India labelled the untouchable class you can only imagine how hard life is She is an activist for people of her caste, women, and labourers majority of whom work on Farms.
She was taken by Delhi police in January beaten and mistreated in custody in the worst way possible see image below. She was denied bail many times, custody extended on false claims. With the help of human rights lawyers and international pressure she was recently released on bail and went straight back to the protest site, gave an inspiring speech and swore to carry on fighting for the rights of women. An absolute inspiration. She has shown incredible courage. Her strength is extraordinary Jagjeet Pandha ……………………. Being a retained firefighter takes some commitment — add to that, that here in Hartley Wintney our firefighters are also first responders so help save lives and not just put out fires or attend road traffic accidents.
Duncan Swan …………………. Allan Jackson …………………. Katie Piper; seeing the horror she suffered as a young girl is still enough to make me weep but seeing the way she came through it to become a strong and beautiful woman still makes me smile Kevin Lund ………………. Alan Capewell.Mason single ladies
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