It's Not About the Gun
Lessons From My Global Career as a Female FBI Agent
When sixteen women came forward in 2019 to sue the FBI for discrimination at the training academy, Kathy Stearman, who had served in the FBI for twenty-six years, was surprised to see the women come forward. No one ever had before. But the truth behind their accusations resonated.
About the Author
Kathy Stearman spent more than twenty-six years as a Supervisory Special Agent and Legal Attaché for the FBI. During her career, in addition to serving in various cities in the US, she spent several years as head of FBI offices in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, China, and Mongolia.
Kathy also writes narrative non-fiction and essay related to international travel and the current political and social climate.
Kathy is currently researching her next book while she studies for her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing degree, with a focus on Creative Nonfiction.
When not writing, Kathy and her husband, Keith, continue to explore the world.
Not all who wander are lost.
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