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Circle of Treason

  • The Saturday Club 117 West Wayne Avenue Wayne, PA, 19087 United States (map)

Description: Sandy Grimes is a twenty-six-year veteran of CIA’s Clandestine Service, who spent the majority of her career working against the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Join us as she shares her story and the TRUTH about spies and being a spy...

  • Date: September 15, 2016
  • RSVP: By September 10, 2016
  • Venue: The Saturday Club
  • Parking: on site
  • Attendees: Open to EO'ers, Sponsors & Key Executive staff. 1st guest is free. Additional guests are $100 pp. Payable via check to EO Philadelphia. Please contact Katie Baer to coordinate payment. 
  • Food/Beverage: Reception
  • Attire: Business casual. 
  • Overview: Get an inside look at the real world of spies & spying. Sandra will share the REAL story of the unmasking of Ames. The overall impact his treason had on human source collection in the Soviet Union and the efforts the CIA takes to ensure safety of human sources. And, ultimately the exposure to a counterintelligence investigation from the inside. This is a TRUE LIFE once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for EO'ers!

    About Sandra:

  1. Sandy Grimes is a twenty-six-year veteran of CIA’s Clandestine Service, who spent the majority of her career working against the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. 
  2. The daughter of parents who were employed on the Manhatten Project, she spent four years in Los Alamos, New Mexico followed by a move to Denver, Colorado, where she lived until graduation from high school.  She joined the CIA in July 1967, shortly after receiving a degree in Russian from the University of Washington.   A mother of two grown daughters and grandmother of four, she lives in Great Falls, Virginia, with her husband of forty-seven years.Sandy Grimes is a twenty-six-year veteran of CIA’s Clandestine Service, who spent the majority of her career working against the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.  The daughter of parents who were employed on the Manhatten Project, she spent four years in Los Alamos, New Mexico followed by a move to Denver, Colorado, where she lived until graduation from high school.  She joined the CIA in July 1967, shortly after receiving a degree in Russian from the University of Washington.   A mother of two grown daughters and grandmother of four, she lives in Great Falls, Virginia, with her husband of forty-seven years.
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