Maeve was a brilliant educator who was well known for her advocacy on behalf of women’s rights.
In 1997, she was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, where she represented Florida’s 13th Congressional District.
As a member of the House, Maeve worked tirelessly to combat discrimination and abuse against women, and championed education and inclusion.
She was also an advocate for the LGBT community, advocating for the passage of the first-in-the-nation Marriage Protection Act, and for LGBT rights in the military.
At T.E.S., she brought in new teachers and developed a new curriculum, which would later be adopted as part of the national education curriculum.
Maeve, who graduated with a B.A., is credited with having the first transgender teacher in the U, as well as teaching students about transgender issues in her first year at T.-A. E. For decades, T.S.’s work was celebrated in the media.
In 2010, Maeves was honored with the National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Teachers of America (NLLTBA) Lifetime Achievement Award.
Maeves is also credited with introducing transgender students to the concepts of gender, gender expression, and gender identity, as they entered high school and began the transition to adulthood.
Moeves, who is married with two children, is the mother of four.