• Hannah Burns



Focusing on women who work for a business and can receive support from their employers, let's celebrate those working mothers.

In her book My Mother, My Mentor, Pamala Lenehan writes that children (both female and male) that grow up with a working mother develop independence, resiliency, confidence, strong work ethic and people skills. All of those traits are incredibly important for future members of the workforce. Shouldn’t the mothers who inspire those traits be celebrated?

Ripple, in partnership with NAPS, has a working parent program that equips mothers with the tools necessary to face the challenges of raising young children while maintaining their place in the workforce.

Women work for their children, Ripple can work for a business that wants to work for their working mothers, a business that wants to support the future workforce, a business that wants to honor, salute, recognize and celebrate the mamas.

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