At what point in your life did you consider yourself a feminist? Was it an event or a process?
A teenager. It is very simple for me to think if I do it you can do it or vice versa. I've never felt that certain things were made specifically for a man or a woman.
Who most influenced your awareness of your feminism?
My surroundings. I am very observant and I have been that way since I was a little girl so I was always paying attention to what was going on around me and always wondering the "why". One example was I could never understand why my grandfather always had to have dinner at a certain time everyday and why in the world did my grandmother always have to do all of the cooking and cleaning. I would ask. I would get told that is how it is. I can remember thinking not for me!
In what ways has your feminism informed your life choices?
I never let it stop me for going after whatever it was I wanted.
In what ways do you share your feminism with others?
My Blogs and Podcasts.
Describe your vision of a feminist world.
More awareness builds more confidence which gives power and so my vision is that we educate to see bigger things happen and shift.
How I Define Feminism:
Equal rights and opportunities for both men and women.
Jennifer Sacco is the founder and CRW (Chief Remarkable Woman) of Remarkable Women. She has achieved success in the real estate industry as the Founder and President of Old Towne Title Company in Winchester, VA, and in her community as a leader and connector of remarkable women. Jennifer serves on the Valley Business Women Committee in Winchester, VA, which organizes motivational luncheons for women in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. She is passionate about connecting Remarkable Women and helping them create Remarkable Spaces that reflect their authenticity and allow them to pursue their passions & inspire others.
Outside of work and her community involvement, Jennifer enjoys travel, designing a new home, and of course, spending as much time with her family as possible.
Jennifer loves speaking with women about how to build meaningful connections, and creating physical, emotional, and mental spaces that allow for women to reach their potential. Her talks and workshops would be best suited for women’s business events, small gatherings of professional women, chambers of commerce, and any organization that wants to promote and support women’s successes.