Andrea N. Goldstein
Andrea N. Goldstein has written for Task & Purpose since 2014, previously under the pseudonym Anna Granville. She served on active duty 2009-2016 as a naval officer, primarily with expeditionary forces. She holds a bachelor's degree in History from the University of Chicago, and is currently studying towards a M.A. in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University. She still roots for the New York Yankees, despite living in Boston.
Recent articles from Andrea N. Goldstein
How Female Officers Forced The Navy To Back Down On Uniform Changes
The bucket cover and other items have been saved by an act of Congress, and the Navy won’t easily be able to force future changes.
Why Everyone Benefits When Male Leaders Mentor Women
A new book by two Naval Academy professors argues that men and women both benefit from mentoring across gender lines.
Veteran Caregivers Can Be Men, But No One Recognizes That
Hidden Heroes and other groups are doing good work. They’ll do even better when they drop the stereotypes.
6 Reasons To Finish Your Military Career With Travel
Travel, on your own terms and your own schedule, can help restore your sense of self.
Hey Navy: Here’s One Tradition Women Actually Want To Keep
Navy leadership is imposing masculine dress uniform changes on its servicewomen that no one wants.
How The Cost Of Officer Uniforms Demonstrates Gender Inequality In The Navy
Female officers are being asked to shoulder the financial burden of new uniforms while being told it’s part of a push toward gender equality.
Should The Muslim Cadet At The Citadel Be Allowed To Wear A Hijab?
The Citadel is considering allowing a female Muslim student to wear a hijab for the first time.