Video: CIA Head - Work For Women
Julia Pearson is the first female director in the history of the intelligence service, which has existed for almost a century and a half.
Julia Pearson, 53, who has worked in the CIA for about thirty years in administrative positions, has new responsibilities to protect Barack Obama and his family, all former American presidents and their international guests. As well as protecting the country's finances from counterfeiting. This difficult burden went to her along with the honor of leading the Secret Service. The appointment of Julia Pearson diluted the too masculine, according to critics of Obama, the government composition that the president formed after his second appointment.
Although it seems that protecting the life of the president is a man's job, representatives of the stronger sex in this post have had incidents more than once recently. Mostly due to problems with women: repeated cases of alcohol abuse and the appeal to the services of prostitutes during the president's trips abroad, betrayal of his wives, and so on. Julia Pearson will have to restore the reputation of the CIA, show her abilities as a special agent and manager, because the Secret Service employs about 20 thousand people. The CIA top manager, in addition to Julia Pearson, will be replenished with another representative of the fair sex. The employee, whose name has not been disclosed, will head the department for recruiting special agents. Thus, the leaders of American spies and bodyguards will change their gender characteristics. As planned by Obama, these changes will restore the status of the CIA,and the quality of work will not suffer from this.