The death of J. Edgar Hoover in 1972 marked a turning point within the F.B.I.: the opening of the bureau’s ranks to women.
Connecticut native Sheila Horan was among the first to sign on, kickstarting a 28-year career with the federal agency.
This hour, we listen back to our recent conversation with Horan.
It’s the latest in WNPR’s “Making Her Story” series, highlighting prominent women with ties to Connecticut.