In 2019, Maeve DuVally came out as a transgender woman, an experience documented in a New York Times article. To her surprise, Goldman Sachs, her employer at the time, embraced her coming out, and the ensuing Times feature gave Maeve a new sense of purpose as a role model for other trans people. Her memoir, Maeve Rising, details her gender journey on the traditionally cisnormative Wall Street.
Maeve brings a wealth of communications and public relations expertise to Anchor Health. She founded the consulting firm Glasheen & Co. and sits on GLAAD’s National Board of Directors. Maeve also serves on the advisory boards for the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship and TransNewYork. Her extensive background has been honed through years of experience as a journalist in Tokyo, Washington, and New York. Maeve’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is exemplified through her professional advocacy and her personal journey.
Maeve’s resilience and commitment to living authentically, coupled with her vast professional knowledge, are of great value to Anchor Health as we expand our reach in the LGBTQ community.