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S.H.E. 4 Women Veterans, INC Organization Event Launch Featuring India Bridgette, Award-winning 4x Medalist World Masters Track and Field Championship 2023


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S.H.E. 4 Women Veterans, INC Organization Event Launch Featuring India Bridgette, Award-winning 4x Medalist World Masters Track and Field Championship 2023


InDaHouseMedia Team Members was LIVE at the launching of S.H.E. 4 Women Veterans, Inc. which is a newly formed non-profit organization headed by CEO Shelia Pettway.  It’s purpose is to empower veteran women through Impact and Inclusion programs offered.  The goal is to ensure that women veterans are seen, celebrated, respected, and empowered.

The first woman veteran honored by S. H. E.  4 Women Veterans Organization was India Bridgette, 61 years old, introduced as the newly appointed Brand Ambassador for the organization. Ms. Bridgette is a USMC woman veteran 4X World medalist , 2022 USATF Masters W60 Athlete of the Year, 2022 W60 Indoor 60 meter record holder,  and the outdoor 100 meter record holder in track and field. She has set national records, breaking records which was standing since 2007 in the 60 meter 60-64 age category and also broke the 100 meter outdoor American record which had been standing since 1994. She even broke one of her own records!

Ms. Bridgette is a phenomenal woman veteran, full of passion, drive, and dedication to inspiring women of all ages and persuasions. As the face of S.H.E. 4 Women Veterans Organization, serving as Brand Ambassador, Ms. Bridgette is focused on empowering women, young ladies, and young girls locally, nationally, and globally.

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