• Amelia Earhart - first woman to fly her plane over
the Atlantic Ocean, and flew by herself across the
Pacific in 1935 and became the first person ever
to fly over both oceans.
• Lettie Pate Whitehead - first American woman
to serve as a director of a major corporation, The
Coca-Cola Company (1934).
• Senator Margaret Chase Smith - first woman on
the presidential nomination ticket for a major political party at the Republican National Convention
in San Francisco (1964).
• Constance Baker Motley - first African-American
woman to be appointed as a federal judge (1966).
• Sarah Caldwell - first woman to conduct at the
New York Metropolitan Opera House (1976).
• Dr. Sally K. Ride became the first American
woman to be launched into space (1983).
We celebrate women who are astronauts and
prime ministers, women who freely attend institutions
of higher learning, and the innumerable women who
are free to make real choices about working outside
the home, raising families, and serve their communi-
ties shoulder-to-shoulder with men. Much has been
accomplished, and the Millennial generation of women
may feel there is little left to conquer; however, the
generation that stepped forthrightly into the fight for
women’s parity in the 1970’s may recognize clearly
both the achievements and the on-going challenges.
Writer Gloria Feldt became an activist and passionately supported the 1960’s - 1970’s civil-rights
movement. She pronounces the experience as a turning point in her life. In an article (“Power, pay, parity:
The trifecta for women leaders”) published in 2014 in
The Arizona Republic, she points to the power behind
the accomplishments of women so far, to the future
of gender parity, and to the unique contributions of
women. “Women have economic power. We buy 85
percent of the consumer goods. We have knowledge
power. We earn 57 percent of college degrees. We
have policy power, casting 54 percent of the votes.
At MiMutual Mortgage, we’ve elevated the mortgage experience
by asking our team members and our clients to think bigger and
expect more. We’re dedicated to providing outstanding customer
service experiences to every client, every time. And we’re committed
to providing exceptional and enriching career pathways to our team
members, leading the way to opportunities to grow their career.
With MiMutual, you’re more than just a number. Your talents matter.
Your values matter. Your passions and your strengths matter.
We are great people, building a great company, looking for great
leaders to join us in this mission.
If you think bigger, apply now to experience the MiMutual difference.
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