First woman to head an Australian intelligence agency said a spy chief she had been asked to bring men coffee.
The first woman to head an Australian intelligence agency said on Friday the glass ceiling for women's career advancement was more like a "concrete block", revealing even as a spy chief she had been asked to bring men coffee.
Director-general of the Australian Signals Directorate, Rachel Noble, traced the history of women in the intelligence service, fro…
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