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Before Julia Child introduced American families to French cuisine, she, too, worked for General Donovan and the OSS.“In the early days, it was benign neglect. They didn’t even think about [us],” says former clandestine officer Suzanne Matthews, who joined the CIA in 1975 as a secretary.When she entered the operations training course, the precursor to becoming a case officer, she was one of “three or four” women in her class.
Every woman here believes they’re being measured by behaviors of professionalism defined by white men decades ago.“I’m so sick of the deputization of women. A man sitting behind a large glass wall slowly issues guest passes.Women are more likely than men to decline high-profile assignments—which are critical to advancement—because they require long, unpredictable hours.“I have about seven years out of my career when I could not take certain assignments that were high-profile, incredibly demanding and involved travel,” Bennett says.Today, women make up 45 percent of the CIA workforce and 34 percent of senior leadership.Between 19, female representation increased from 9 percent to 44 percent of midlevel to upper-midlevel positions, like team chiefs or deputy team chiefs, according to a 2013 report led by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
“So naturally, when you look at my depth and breadth of experiences compared to a man of my rank and age, you will see a disparity.