Trailblazing Seas: Vice Admiral Sandra Stosz's 40-Year Coast Guard Journey | The Shadows Podcast

Join Bodhi and special co-host Nina Choy-Rohmiller as they sit down with Vice Admiral Sandra Stosz, United States Coast Guard (Retired), in a riveting episode of the Shadows Podcast. A trailblazer in her own right, Vice Admiral Stosz was a pioneer member of the third class of cadets at the Coast Guard Academy to admit women.

In this insightful leadership episode, Vice Admiral Stosz shares her journey from a young age, cultivating a strong work ethic that would shape her 40-year military career. Uncover the historical moment that ignited her interest in joining the military and gain perspective on the challenges she faced and conquered throughout her remarkable career. Newsweek recognized her impact by naming her one of the "150 Women Who Shake The World."

Tune in to this exclusive interview as Vice Admiral Sandra Stosz provides a candid and inspiring glimpse into her life, breaking barriers, and leaving an indelible mark on the U.S. Coast Guard.

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