By KEVIN COULTERPosted February 14, 2017 11:59:04A few weeks ago, I shared a story about my journey to become an equestrienian and now I’m back in the spotlight as a 501(c)(3) for Women Health Care.
I have seen my work in the field improve and in my new role as an advisor, I have helped women of all ages and abilities to better understand and access health care and to make the most of their careers and opportunities.
It’s been a year since my first post on the topic, and I’ve learned a lot.
I’ve been to more than 40 health clinics and have learned a few new things about the care I provide.
The most challenging part of being an equine health care professional has been navigating the new boundaries of gender equality and equality of opportunity.
Being a women is no longer the norm for equestriens, women in leadership roles, and women in general.
But we can’t do it alone.
I believe we can achieve a world of equality by working together, by providing equestria, by listening to each other and by recognizing the value in the work of others.
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