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FBI Names First Woman – a 29-year-veteran – to Lead Salt Lake City Division

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

Mary F. Rook, a 29-year veteran of the FBI, was named the first woman to serve as special agent in charge of the bureau’s Salt Lake City Division in Utah, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.

The announcement Monday marks yet another big achievement by a female FBI agent in a field that not long ago was dominated by men.

Rook launched her career with the FBI as a lab technician in 1984 and most recently served as special agent in charge of the Anchorage Division in Alaska.

Rook, a native of Montana, replaces David J. Johnson, who recently was appointed to lead the FBI’s operations in San Francisco.


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