After a 40-game winning streak earlier this year, Schneider has triumphed once again.
"The lives of children are on the line with the fate of this bill," said Schneider, who opened up about her personal struggle before starting hormonal therapy.
"These bills will cause the deaths of children," the quiz show champion warned on the Transgender Day of Visibility.
The history-making game show contestant said she "couldn't be happier or more proud" to be kicking off a new personal chapter.
"And of course, most of all, I want to thank Genevieve," the game show champion said.
Schneider made history twice as the first woman to break $1 million in wins and the first trans person to qualify for the quiz show’s “Tournament of Champions.”
"I'm still looking forward to seeing it on TV," she said.
Schneider had already made history as the first trans person to qualify for the quiz show’s "Tournament of Champions." She has now won a total of $1,019,600.
Schneider said she was shaken up but otherwise OK.
New York resident Ben Walthall, who was stumped by a “Jeopardy” question about his state’s governor, joined a virtual COVID-19 briefing to tell her he knows who she is now.