"There are more women in the CIA than ever before, with women operating at unprecedented levels on every floor of CIA headquarters and throughout its far-flung global outposts. Yet women remain underrepresented in executive-level jobs and the clandestine service."
Women have been involved in American intelligence throughout the history of the country. This Newsweek article offers a look into the experiences of seven women working in the CIA, including a clandestine operations officer, a bombing expert, and a weapons and space analyst. Some are unnamed because of the sensitivity of their work. These women play a critical role in keeping the country safe.