Lillian Gregory, Change Ambassador for Organizations and Careers | Veterans Advocate | Author
June 13, 2018
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Small was one of many female veterans across the state who spoke out in favor of the bill last year. The six-year Navy veteran has experienced first hand how people don’t immediately think of women serving in the military.
BY HEATHER NOEL • JUN 12, 2018
AUSTIN, Texas — V.R. Small can still recall the awkwardness when she told people that she served. Fresh from the Navy in 1984, Small would sometimes mention that she was a veteran. She said people would hesitate, ignore her or offer a strange look.
By ROSE L. THAYER |
STARS AND STRIPES
Published: June 11, 2018
As with their male counterparts, women veterans often have trouble finding a civilian job. VR Small, a six-year Navy veteran and founder of the Veteran Women's Enterprise Centerin Dallas, repeated to us what we've heard elsewhere:
Dallas Morning News Editorial June 12, 2018
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LANCE MURRAY • JUN 16, 2017
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 9:26 am Posted in Women Veterans by VAntage Point Contributor