Listen to what people who have heard Ann's message have to say about their experience!
Ann's relatable, heatwarming and inspirational story of freeing your best, most authentic self.
Ann's powerful story of moving from priviledge to authenticity.
I was privileged to speak at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's LGBTQ+ Pride Month Observance. Check out the video!
We had a great time at the Keystone Gender Conference celebrating transgender and gender noon-conforming identities! Check it out here! Special shout out to Connie Rice and Nicola Van Kuilenburg for your support!
The full VA Pride Month observance! This is the first time I told the story of the Princess and the Prince. My remarks start at the 13:00 minute mark.
Washington Blade coverage of Equality Virginia's 2018 Commonwealth Dinner, attended by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and nearly 1,000 legislators, business and community leaders and activists.
“Veterans — especially LGBTQ-plus veterans — are used to taking on adversity,” she said. “We don’t quit.”
OUT Magazine's 2017 "OUT 100"- "Despite 'efforts by a spiteful minority,' as activist Ann Murdoch puts it, trans service members still have hope for, and, most importantly, pride in their country."
It has been a tradition continued in some form or fashion every Veterans Day since 1989. LGBTQ Community members have gathered in the Congressional Cemetery at the grave of Sgt. Leonard Matlovich on Veterans Day to remember his service and sacrifice, and honor all our LGBT Veterans and Service Members.
"Ann Murdoch, a member of our Transgender Advocacy Speakers Bureau, took the stage to share a journey of self-discovery, complete with a knight, terrible dragons, and triumphant princess. She likened the advocates and supporters of Equality Virginia to the great rainbow army that helped her defeat the dragons of shame and discrimination. We’ve all heard inspiring stories about a transgender person’s journey towards self-acceptance and happiness, but Ann’s unique perspective helped us shine a light on how transgender military bans impact our neighbors, friends, and loved ones right here in Virginia."