FBI’s Drive for Diversity Includes Looking for Talent in New Places
When you think of an FBI agent, it’s almost always a man that comes to mind. But that stereotype is starting to fade away with a diverse cast featuring women and minorities.
From a booth at Dallas Market Center, FBI Special Agent Recruiters Patricia Ortiz and Niambi Tillman are also setting the record straight.
The speech they give, seemingly on loop, is that special agents make up less than half of the employees at the Bureau and that, right now, they need people from different backgrounds, like nurses, photographers, and engineers, who would staff the professional wing. (read more)