This Women’s History Month, trailblazer Mia Love, a Utah Congresswoman serving her first term in office, talks about the often thankless work women bring to public service. In her recent op-ed published online for The Daily Caller, Love writes: “Throughout history, and without fanfare, women have fought in our wars, teachers have inspired our youth, and generations of women have committed their lives to making this nation great.”
The daughter of immigrants, Love’s election in 2014 to the People’s House happens to also mark a number of firsts in Congress — she is the first African American female Republican, the first Haitian American, and the first African American from Utah.
As House Republicans build an agenda for a more confident America, we celebrate the trailblazers like Rep. Love who are making history for our next generation of leaders.
To read more about Rep. Love’s story, CLICK HERE for her complete op-ed.