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Well behaved women never make history

Celebrating (Misbehavin’) Women’s History Month

Posted by gansie on March 11, 2009

chuntAs an organization proud of its legacy of supporting working women, Business and Professional Women’s Foundation honors today’s trailblazing women as they lead the way in creating successful workplaces.

This Misbehavin’ interview is one in a series as BPW commemorates Women’s History Month.

Name:  Cindy Hunt

Title:  Research Assistant

OrganizationBusiness and Professional Women’s Foundation

Ms. Hunt served in the U.S. Navy for 3 years in Norfolk, VA and completed a B.A. in history from Northwestern College (MN).  Currently living in Washington, DC with her husband, who is also a Navy Sailor, while she earns a J.D. at Georgetown University Law Center.

anneboleynMy favorite woman in history is…  Anne Boleyn.  At a time in history when women were treated as objects, she refused to become the mistress of a king – and the consequences of her decision ultimately changed the history of the western world.

Women have helped me succeed in my career by…  taking me seriously and giving me a chance to make a difference in the world.

I support Business and Professional Women’s Foundation because… there are too many women out there who aren’t being taken seriously, and BPW Foundation is committed to changing that.

I’m proud to be a Misbehavin’ Woman by… working with BPW Foundation to get women veterans the recognition, help and support they need and deserve!

You too can celebrate a woman in your life by making a $50 donation in her honor to BPW Foundation.

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