Monday, November 6th 2017 we welcome Allyson Fox to the show to her story of coming into her own. Allyson is kicking off GayTalk2.0’s month dedicated to the Transgender community.
Through personal tragedy and traumatic events, Allyson gained a new perspective and insight regarding human responses, interactions and reasoning as to why we do and say what we do. With this new knowledge of herself and her expertise with molding and shaping individuals both physically and mentally, she hopes to help others open the door to explore this “knowledge” with themselves and others. 2015 was the start of her own awakening into the individual she needs to be; a translator of simple human decency.
Allyson currently works for the Massachusetts DOC, Souza Baranowski Correctional Center, and serves in the Army Reserves/National Guard (16 years of service). She holds the rank of Sergeant First Class (E-7) and position of Detachment Sergeant for the 211th Battalion, Military Police Higher Headquarters Detachment (HHD). She has 28 years of Japanese Jujitsu training and a BA in Sociology from Framingham State University.