As service-connected disabled veterans, we both understand what it feels like to serve our country with pride. As female veterans, we have had our share of disappointments, failures and moments of loneliness. We understand the frustration you feel from not knowing how to file for disability benefits as well as not know where to go to seek mental health services at your most vulnerable moment.
Because of this, we founded The Vet Space™ with our sisters-in-arms in mind. When we were honorably discharged from the military, we were pretty much on our own. We do not want that for another person leaving the military or for those who have been in the civilian world for a while.
Hence, The Vet Space™ is your space. We’re an organization that believes in nurturing and supporting our veterans as they transition out of the military or navigate through PTSD or MST. You will meet others just like you, who refuse to live in shame of their past experiences or current difficulties. We are all victorious at The Vet Space™.
Our cardinal principles of Camaraderie, Commitment and Community are what drive us to do what we do for you.
We are determined that everyone who uses The Vet Space not only feels the camaraderie we once had in the military but that you feel like someone has our back, once again.
We’ve Got Your 6! ~ Sherrell & Tanya
Our VSO Affiliations
Sherrell is a disabled US Army veteran who is passionate about helping people navigate and manage life transitions. Whether it’s through leadership training, coaching, or wellness training, Sherrell fights for the well-being and professional development of others. Her perseverance and determination is a direct result of great leaders who poured into her during her active duty service in the U.S. Army.
She also draws upon her more than 10 years of experience in Human Resources, Yoga & Natural health, and her adventures in the military when serving others.
Her local and global community service efforts include work with MindBody FAITH, various non-profits, churches, and missionary work in Africa.
Sherrell holds a Master’s degree in Human Resources Administration and certifications and expertise in labor and employee relations, diversity and inclusion programming, mental health first aid, emotional intelligence, yoga and meditation, natural health, and yoga for trauma sensitive communities.
Tanya is a disabled US Air Force veteran who is passionate about helping other people overcome their circumstances to live victorious lives. With a lifetime of serving others, Tanya understands the value of lifting other people up and out of their situations.
Through her weekly talk show, The Tanya Barnett Show, she provides impactful information to empower the 21st Century woman to live life to her fullest potential.
Tanya is Charles County NAACP 2018 Hall of Famer for the work of her nonprofit, Forever Free Books, which delivers free books and story time to low-income children in their communities.
She's a contributing writer for Essence Magazine, a Veterans Affairs Commissioner, TEDx and empowerment speaker. She is also the Award-Winning Indie Author of Being a Wife Just Got Real. Tanya holds a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science and is a certified life and relationship coach.
Her desire is to use her experiences to make life better for others. She’s a 2x marathoner and 2x triathlete.