Jeopardy! champ Amy Schneider said she feels “honored and humbled” after getting special recognition from the GLAAD Media Awards.The engineering manager arrived on Jeopardy!

with force, unseating five-day champ Andrew He during Trans Awareness Week in November, before going on to become the first openly transgender woman to qualify for the Tournament of Champions.With California-based Schneider’s run continuing to captivate fans, she took to Twitter on Wednesday to reveal her joy at being named among the honorees at the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards, set to take place later this year.Taking to Twitter, where she shares detailed play-by-plays on each of her Jeopardy!

games, the Ohio native wrote: “Hi all! So, yesterday’s and today’s game threads will get up at some point, but as you might imagine my life is pretty crazy right now!”But I did want to take a moment to acknowledge how honored and humbled I am to have been recognized in this year’s @glaad Media Awards.”She added: “Of all the things that have come out of my Jeopardy run, I will always be most proud of any good that I’ve managed to do for the trans community, so this acknowledgment means more than I can ever say.”The official Twitter account of LGBTQ advocacy group GLAAD responded to Schneider’s elated tweet with a single heart emoji.