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Although this was a collaborative effort between Dept of Defense, medical experts and advocacy groups like SPARTA and The Palm Center, our success was largely due to the dozens of transgender US Service Members who came out to their commands prior to the ban being lifted. I am happy to have played a small part in lifting of the ban.In April, 2015 I successfully had the Army Board for Correction of Military Records update my Record of Military Service and provide me a DD 214 that reads: Sheri A Swokowski, COL, Army, Infantry.

While they had hired an instructor, my replacement was not hired for six months after I returned. Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin to promote the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, and your story was shared during a Senate committee hearing on the act…Sheri: Being from WI, I was proud Representative Baldwin was the first openly gay individual elected to Congress.My experiences, while impersonating a male for 50 years, provided me many opportunities to acquire skills that would serve me well during my transition and later in life.Sheri: In Washington, DC I was fortunate to find a support group of a dozen or so individuals; we were all transitioning at the same time.I interviewed 438 women that radiate with wisdom, beauty, intelligence and love.The blog is about women that proved to me that there is hope for me and it is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not. She is the highest-ranking, out, transgender US Army veteran in the United States. Sheri: I enlisted in the Wisconsin Army National Guard after high school and shortly thereafter started working full time as a federal employee.I'll forgive A LOT if you have imagination My Ideal Person: Someone who is interesting and imaginative.

This blog is about women that are my everyday inspirations.

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As a result, I was the first female infantry officer recognized by the Dept of Defense.

I used the opportunity to wear a female infantry officer uniform to Pentagon Pride and the White House Pride Month Reception in June 2015. Although I hid my identity for five decades out of love and respect for my family and the job that I loved, I don’t believe I would have done anything different.

Several years later she shared with me that in 2008 only a handful of 435 Representatives in Congress had been visited by a Transgender constituent.