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In 2005, Sherwet Witherington volunteered for active duty in Iraq. “I knew I’d need that experience to be fit to lead other soldiers.” She risked her life to be a better leader, but she wasn’t ready to open up about her sexuality. “I never imagined that I’d be out—I figured I’d just have to marry a man,” Sherwet remembers.
But in 2010 that all changed. “As a gay, Egyptian female veteran with a penchant for
Sherwet came out to her family. She married her girlfriend. She had twins. And she joined Booz Allen.
“Working here is a huge relief,” she says. “I don’t have to hide who I am. I don’t have to worry about using the wrong pronoun or explain how my daughters came to be. I have a
The company’s inclusion, says Sherwet, goes beyond gay or lesbian. “Booz Allen is having conversations about the trans community in the military, about Latinx people, about all these intersections. It’s so relevant to me, as a person with multi hyphens and a blond, Christian wife who speaks fluent Indonesian. I love that Booz Allen serves the whole community.”
Being visible at work, Sherwet
Sherwet never had that role model. But she intends to be one.