As a woman of faith, Becky is the epitome of a servant-leader not only in her family but also in her religious community and the workplace. In her church she preaches, teaches and leads. In the workplace Becky serves as an executive at a non-profit organization, where she combines personal humility with an acute professional resolve. Becky displays a deep commitment to her core values and is a positive mentor for other women. Her mantra, wherever she goes, is "How can we work better together?"
Women of faith share their gifts with others
For Soni, being a woman of faith means promoting interfaith programs. She and her fellow congregants have been both the givers and the recipients of inter-denominational acts of kindness. For her, the word "faith" connotes an inclusive umbrella that shelters all seekers of truth. Soni is a writer, editor, mother and generous friend. Soni believes gifts of the mind and heart are meant to be shared.
Women of faith walk the walk
Marcia spent 30 years of her life raising 6 kids, driving carpools, working in the Parent Teachers Association (PTA) and serving in her church. In 2012, her life changed dramatically after she and her husband went to the Philippines to serve others of their faith. When Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Philippines in November of 2013, Marcia spent no time cowering under her covers. She hugged and loved hundreds of wet, bedraggled survivors, watching to make sure they had enough blankets and hot food. She helped raise money for kids in Tacloban who had lost all of their toys. She made sure women got needed hygiene supplies. As a woman of faith, Marcia not only talks the talk; she walks the walk.
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