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More Women Holding Top Positions in the CIA

By InHerSight

Who runs the CIA? Women. Gina Haspel, the first female CIA Director who’s notorious for appointing women to the agency’s top positions, recently appointed Cynthia “Didi” Rapp as deputy director for analysis—basically one of the top analyst positions in all of the network. She had previously been the agency's director of public affairs and deputy executive director, so there’s no doubt she’ll absolutely slay this position as well. This appointment means that three of the top directorate positions for the agency are now held by women, making history within the company. According to a US intelligence official, the company is 50 percent women now. 


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