Sherry Conway

Sherry McBain | RAF

 Staff Officer in charge of Operational Commitments and Training | Royal Air Force


Squadron Leader Sherry McBain is an RAF Nursing Officer and a team leader on the Critical Care Air Support Team (CCAST). She repatriates critically ill or injured patients from global locations and she specialises in the care and safe transfer of patients with brain injuries. McBain holds the position of co-deputy chair of the RAF LGBT FREEDOM Network. In this voluntary role she is passionate and focused on improving the lived experience for the RAF LGBT community and educating the wider RAF about these challenges A driven, passionate and inspiring woman, she strives to be a visible role model to women and the LGBT community within and external to defence. McBain is also a school role model for two charities, Stonewall and Diversity Role Models.


 

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