Roving Reporter: Who is the most influential woman in your life?

Roving Reporter: Who is the most influential woman in your life?

“The most influential woman in my life is my mom. Although that sounds like a stereotypical answer, it’s a statement I stand by. My mom is the hardest worker there is. From being a hairdresser in and out of the salon to being a wife and a mother to her family, she is constantly on her toes doing something. My mom inspires me every day to never stop working and to always put your best foot forward in everything you do.”

~ Olivia Angelozzi 21’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“For me, my mom is definitely the most influential woman in my life because she has been with me since day one. My values are definitely a reflection of hers.”

~Faythe Bomba 21’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“My older sister, Cynthia, is someone who I really admire and look up to. Being the oldest out of my siblings, she has always demonstrated responsibility and selflessness. Time and time again, she has encouraged me to do what makes me happy. I’m so thankful to have her in my life to guide me, support me, and just be my friend.”

~Suley Corado 21’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The two most influential women in my life are my mom and sister. They always put everyone before themselves and do everything to the best of their ability, which inspires me to be better! Also, those ladies in the picture (HC Girls Soccer Team) have been pretty influential over the last four years!” 

~Lilliana Gemma 21’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“This is a tough question! There are so many historical and present-day women that inspire me and that I’m greatly appreciative of. In my own life, the most influential woman I know is probably my mother. It is an easy answer, but she’s truly inspired whatever success I’ve had so far through her dedication to both her family and job. I definitely wouldn’t be the same person I am today without her, and I hope that someday I can be a positive influence on the world, partly in tribute to her hard work.”

~Anna Robinson 21’