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  • Brett Dunckel, Founder
    Brett Dunckel is the founder of "You Can Be Anything". He is a firefighter/paramedic in South Florida. He wants fellow LGBTQ individuals to submit videos and stories about their careers in the hopes it will show young LGBTQ individuals even though they are LGBTQ they can be anything.
  • Greg Miraglia is a retired police officer, a dean of education, and author. He also hosts a weekly LGBT radio program called Outbeat Radio in Northern California on KRCB radio and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Matthew Shepard Foundation. You can find out more about ...
  • Joe came out after college while working for the Vice President of the World Bank. He is now the manager at a popular local restaurant which is a South Florida staple.
  • Wil is an openly gay police officer with the Hialeah police department. Prior to becoming a police officer he served in the Navy and was deployed in the Middle East. Wil also enjoys acting and recently finished making a film called 'The Denied'. The Denied "A cop receives the worst ...
  • Jeff grew up as a competitive swimmer and now manages a world class aquatics complex. The complex has seen ten world records set since it was built.

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About You Can Be Anything

Young people who are questioning their sexuality or have recently come to accept the fact they are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender face some extreme challenges. They may be rejected by their friends or worse--by their families.  They may think their future dreams and goals may no longer be possible because of their sexuality. They may feel they are unable to continue on the same path they saw themselves on before discovering their sexuality.  They may feel they will not be able to enter the career they have always dreamed of.

A lot of young LGBT and questioning individuals do not personally know any people like themselves. Odds are even less favorable that they have a LGBT role model in the career they are interested in. They may feel there is no place for a LGBT person in that particular field. They have probably been told, directly or indirectly, LGBT people can't possibly be police officers or firefighters for example. Or maybe they feel there are no openly gay people in professional sports. This can be a huge deterrent to a young LGBT or questioning person... Learn more.