Monisha Rios is a disabled Army veteran, autoethnographer, clinical social worker, human rights advocate, and activist. As a witness to and survivor of military sexual violence in a variety of contexts, Monisha focuses most of her work on exposing and eradicating the problem in society, among the ranks, in armed conflict, and within communities directly impacted by the US military. Having incurred moral wounds from her military experiences, she strives to propel the conversation on Moral Injury beyond stereotypical, heterosexual, male combat narratives. Monisha will soon complete a PhD in Humanistic Psychology, specializing in Transformative Social Change at Saybrook University.