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Photo Gallery: Women's History Month and Women's Military History Week
(March 28, 2013)

Images include:

  • New York independent filmmaker Marcia Rock shares her inspiration for the film.
  • Following the viewing, a question and answer and discussion was held. Standing Left to right are: Katie Weber, military sexual trauma activist from Protect Our Defenders; Marcia Rock, film director; Alicia Thompson, featured veteran; Elizabeth Gill; staff attorney, ACLU of Northern California.
  • More than 75 people attended the event, hosted by the department's San Francisco regional office, including the Women's Bureau and Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS), along with the Bay Area Federal Executive board and local veterans' organizations.
  • Women veterans at the A. Maceo Smith Federal Building in Dallas gathered to celebrate Women's History month March 21. (From left to right): Committee Chair Woman Janice Holmes, senior trial attorney with Solicitor's Office; Carol Rogers, special investigative assistant, Mine Safety and Health Administration and former U.S. Army soldier; Ann Malkie, regional liaison with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and former U.S. Army soldier; Glynis Mays, a claims examiner with the Office or Workers' Compensation Programs and former U.S. Army soldier; Sonya Jefferson also a claims examiner with OWCP and former U.S. Navy sailor and (kneeling) Myia Beard, a wage hour technician and former U.S. Marine.

Images include:

  • New York independent filmmaker Marcia Rock shares her inspiration for the film.
  • Following the viewing, a question and answer and discussion was held. Standing Left to right are: Katie Weber, military sexual trauma activist from Protect Our Defenders; Marcia Rock, film director; Alicia Thompson, featured veteran; Elizabeth Gill; staff attorney, ACLU of Northern California.
  • More than 75 people attended the event, hosted by the department's San Francisco regional office, including the Women's Bureau and Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS), along with the Bay Area Federal Executive board and local veterans' organizations.
  • Women veterans at the A. Maceo Smith Federal Building in Dallas gathered to celebrate Women's History month March 21. (From left to right): Committee Chair Woman Janice Holmes, senior trial attorney with Solicitor's Office; Carol Rogers, special investigative assistant, Mine Safety and Health Administration and former U.S. Army soldier; Ann Malkie, regional liaison with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and former U.S. Army soldier; Glynis Mays, a claims examiner with the Office or Workers' Compensation Programs and former U.S. Army soldier; Sonya Jefferson also a claims examiner with OWCP and former U.S. Navy sailor and (kneeling) Myia Beard, a wage hour technician and former U.S. Marine.