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What Do Wonder Woman, Serena Williams, and Female Secret Service Agents have in Common?


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Sue Ann Baker, Author
Sue Ann Baker, Author

Baker, who recently published her debut memoir, admires strong women. She and four other young women broke the glass ceiling when, in 1971, they were sworn in as Secret Service agents, a first in the agency’s 106 year history.

Serena Williams wins the Grand Slam, proving she’s as tough as Wonder Woman and Female Secret Service Agents.
 
Wonder Woman clothed in her new costume was unveiled at San Diego’s Comic-Con, unleashing both critics’ and new admirers’ comments. While her costume has changed from the red, white, and blue “Garb of Justice,” what she stands for has not. Created in 1941 and depicted as a heroine fighting for gender equality, her character still speaks to the modern woman.
 
Serena Williams, whether dressed in tennis whites, or a floor length cream colored gown after winning at Wimbledon, has proven herself to be a leader in the world of tennis. In a TV interview, she stated: “The moment I step on the court, I want to do well, I want to win, I want to be the champion.”
 
“The fearlessness and leadership Serena Williams and Wonder Woman display in their quest for equality and justice, is matched everyday by female US Secret Service agents,” said Sue Ann Baker, author of Behind the Shades: A Female Secret Service Agent’s True Story. “They all enjoy the challenges, have the will to win, and the belief they can do it.”
 
Baker, who recently published her debut memoir, admires strong women. She and four other young women broke the glass ceiling when, in 1971, they were sworn in as Secret Service agents, a first in the agency’s 106 year history. 
 
Her website, www.sueannbaker.com reveals original photos and her book tells inspiring tales of what it was like to be “a first”.  Sue Ann inspires women to be fearless enough to grab unexpected opportunities, even if they don’t know where it’s taking them. “You might just make history,” she said, “and become the alpha woman you were born to be -  just like Serena, Wonder Woman and me.”
 
 
 


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