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Stella Biderman has always had vivid dreams.
She didn’t register that name because she’d been dreaming as her authentic self: a woman named Stella.
Until then, “I actively avoided looking at my face in the mirror.” Since embracing her gender identity, Stella says, “I don’t avoid my reflection anymore. I’m happier.”
That’s not the only dream Stella has realized. “Even in the fifth
“Being authentic at work was important to me, so I was skeptical about joining a large government contractor like Booz Allen—it didn’t seem like the most trans-sensitive place. I never expected the company to be so engaged in the community. The people here aren’t just accepting—they’re actively supportive of who I am.”
The Booz Allen data science team is a good fit for Stella. “I think there’s an intersection between being transgender and being in data science, which leans toward examination and analysis. An inquisitive, scientifically minded culture prompts more people to question their identity and therefore discover their identity,” she says. “Some people realize they’re not what society tells them they are.”
Stella knows exactly who she is. And she brings that woman to work at Booz Allen every day.