A SORORITY girl turned CIA and FBI agent has revealed how she battled against workplace sexism to become a top terrorist hunter. Tracy Walder says she was branded “Malibu Barbie” by a top African official and told her suit was “too distracting” by male bosses. Now in a tell-all book she recalls how she battled against expectations to join America’s most coveted intelligent agencies. When she arrived at the University of Southern California in 1996 she was determined to become a schoolteacher. The self-professed blonde says she found it easy to slot into sorority life with scores of other students who looked just like her. Speaking in her new memoir, The Unexpected Spy From CIA to The FBI, My Secret Life Taking Down Some of the World’s Most Notorious Terrorists, she says Delta Gamma’s “built-in social life” allowed her to very happily “blend into the crowd”.But one day at a college careers fair she surprised herself, handing over a resume to a bored-looking lone CIA recruiter. He asked her if she wanted to work for the Central Intelligence Agency and at that point, Tracy says, she truly knew that she did. In her new book, Tracy talks about how her… Read full this story
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