The Notorious RBG and Women’s History Month

It seems incredibly fitting to honor Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in March, which coincides with what would have been her 88th birthday, on March 15, but also as a part of our #womenwhoinspire campaign to support Savvy Ladies for Women’s History Month.

Justice Ginsburg is a woman who inspires me on many levels.

One of RBG’s greatest legacies will be her unrelenting focus on empowering women throughout her long and distinguished career.

The outpouring of support and emotion when she passed away in September was truly extraordinary, and an indication of how much her work, and who she was as a person, moved people across the country and around the world.

The second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, she was the first woman to lie in state at the United States Capitol.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an extraordinary woman, lawyer and jurist, and an example for us all.

May she Rest In Peace.

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