Celebrating Women of the Hudson Valley during Women’s History Month 

March is Women’s History Month, giving us an opportunity to reflect on the obstacles that women have overcome, and to celebrate all that women have accomplished. While we’re celebrating those who have overcome challenges, it’s important to recognize those women who are fighting for safety, equality and fair competition in the sports arena. We must defend female athletes and preserve fairness in women’s sports so American girls have a chance to pursue their dreams.

Locally – each and every day there are women in our communities who inspire us. During my travels on the campaign trail around New York’s 18th Congressional District, I have had the opportunity to meet with many inspiring women. Whether I was speaking with a teacher, a CEO, a stay-at-home mom, an IT Manager, a nurse, a soldier, a first responder, or a construction worker, their hard work deserves our recognition. The Hudson Valley is home to small business owners who have built their own success, and women who have worked endless hours to support their families. Without the contributions of these women, our economy and communities in the 18th District would not be the same.

While March is specifically set aside to highlight the achievements of our American women. We should be remembering and recognizing the countless contributions of women to the foundation of this great nation and the Hudson Valley all throughout the year. The achievements will continue to inspire future generations of young girls.


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