In 1971 there were 5 women and 1150 men in the secret service. Sue Ann Baker was one of those women.
Sue Ann Baker is a dynamic communicator with an incredible story. As one of the first five female Secret Service agents, she was a pioneer in federal law enforcement. From protecting world leaders and their wives to protecting presidential candidates on the campaign trail to arresting counterfeiters and check forgers, Sue Ann is used to pushing her comfort zone.
In 1968, with a degree from Ohio University under her belt and all her worldly belongings in a trailer, she set off for Washington, DC to start her career as a … what? Sue Ann had no life plan and was just happy to find work, finally embracing the exciting world of law enforcement as a DC cop earning $8000 a year. In her book Behind the Shades, she describes her journey from cop to agent in the elite US Secret Service.
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