VA honors women veterans at all Ohio locations

Women veterans are being honored at all VA locations in Ohio this month. Cleveland VA The “We Served “project is a powerful photography exhibit featuring 12 portraits of women Veteran employees from VA Northeast Ohio Healthcare System. There are more than 16,600 women Veterans in Northeast Ohio - a number that continues to rise at a breaking pace - representing 8% of Northeast Ohio’s total Veteran population. And yet, women Veterans continue to face significant barriers and challenges in accessing necessary health care and other services, while experiencing a lack of recognition unlike their male counterparts. By spotlighting women Veteran VA employees who represent this diverse and importan

Ohioans among military women smashing glass ceilings

Military women are breaking the so-called glass ceiling in droves lately with many Ohio women among the military firsts, especially in recent years. In honor of Women's History Month, here are several female military pioneers who are from Ohio. Alene B. Duerk was the first woman to be appointed Rear Admiral in the United States Navy in 1972. M. Jean Madden of Columbus was the first Women's Army Corps officer from Ohio to achieve the rank of Colonel. Sara Harper of Cleveland was the first woman appointed to the Marine Corps judiciary, co-founding the first Victims Right program in the country. Nora Kendall Noble was the first nurse to make transition from nurse corps to the line when sh

Ohioans among military women smashing glass ceilings

Military women are breaking the so-called glass ceiling in droves lately with many Ohio women among the military firsts, especially in recent years. In honor of Women's History Month, here are several female military pioneers who are from Ohio. Alene B. Duerk of Henry County was the first woman to be appointed Rear Admiral in the United States Navy in 1972. M. Jean Madden of Columbus was the first Women's Army Corps officer from Ohio to achieve the rank of Colonel. Sara Harper of Cleveland was the first woman appointed to the Marine Corps judiciary, co-founding the first Victims Right program in the country. Nora Kendall Noble of Licking County was the first nurse to make transition from nur

Now You Can Blog from Everywhere!

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