She may be a lone voice, but she is not alone in her claims of sexual harassment and discrimination at the hands of former male supervisors at the Transportation Security Administration. The question a woman now faces in staking a claim to a federal job she says she has a right to is what legal lengths to take to achieve her mission.
She lacks no experience in that latter area. Before she landed her job at TSA headquarters in suburban Washington, D.C., she did tours of duty with the U.S. Army in Afghanistan and Iraq. You can be sure that those credentials qualify her to recognize sexual harassment when it happens and to respond to it according to standing government rules.