CIA Hired Its First Woman To Lead The Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations

Photo: The CIA hired its first woman, Elizabeth Kimber, to head up its clandestine arm

Daily Mail: CIA names Elizabeth Kimber, 56, is the first woman to lead clandestine operations in the 70-year history of the spy agency

* The CIA hired its first woman, Elizabeth Kimber, to head up its clandestine arm
* The role has been dominated by males for 70 years since the CIA started
* Her role will include recruiting spies overseas, gathering intelligence and engaging White House-approved covert actions
* Going by Beth Kimber, the 56-year-old has worked for the agency 34 years

The CIA has hired its first woman to head up its clandestine arm.

Elizabeth Kimber will take control of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations it was announced Friday.

Going by Beth Kimber, the 56-year-old is a decades-long veteran and her job will entail recruiting spies overseas, gathering intelligence and engaging White House-approved covert actions.

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