Word comes in the wee, small hours that there is another crack in the so-called “glass ceiling.” The woman who writes this blog is left scratching her head.
Letitia “Tish” Long has been named as the first woman to head a U.S. intelligence agency. So, WTG, Tish!
She has been named “director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), the office responsible for collecting and analyzing overhead imagery and geospatial information.”
I don’t even know what this means!
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California), chairwoman of the Intelligence Committee, calls this “a spy agency with a multi-billion dollar budget and thousands of employees.” (LINK)
I swear I’ve never heard of this agency. I realize I’m still trying to figure out how people view Web sites on I-phones, but am I just totally out of it here?
Geospatial information? Is that what Jody Foster was gathering in the movie “Contact”?
I’m counting on DemWit readers to help me out. I used to claim bragging rights because I could program my VCR. Remember VCRs?
Quite impressive, Tish!