In May, 2010, Cindi Creager media trained Army Sergeant Anthony Bustos for a high-profile report on ABC World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer. Sergeant Bustos came out in the report and put his military job in great jeopardy under “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” The report reached ABC World News Tonight’s seven million viewers, which helped lead to the eventual end of the discriminatory policy that had banned lesbian, gay and bisexual people from serving openly in the United States Armed Forces.
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media training he received prior to his interview:
“Cindi Creager prepared me for every interview, every question and every curve ball that I encountered – providing me with interview strategy, practice questions and powerful talking points.”
It was amazing to work with such a courageous person; we congratulate Anthony Bustos for sharing his voice with America and helping to bring an end to “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”