It’s about time. The $10 bill will soon feature a woman’s face, a move that’s long overdue considering many of America’s proudest moments were made possible by women. Two women are running for president, a growing number have landed on the Fortune 500 list — and they all stand on the shoulders of their forerunners. My own mother gets my nomination. As founder of the Special Olympics and winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom for supporting people with disabilities, Eunice Kennedy Shriver was the only living woman to appear on a U.S. coin: the 1995 commemorative silver dollar. But I’ll support any exceptional woman who breaks this glass ceiling.