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Joanna Pierce Misko and Susan Roley Malone

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Johnea Pendleton

on 7 May 2014

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Transcript of Joanna Pierce Misko and Susan Roley Malone

The Criminal Justice System
Susan Roley Malon
They were the first women to come into the FBI when the director L. Patrick Grey was put in charge after the death of the former director J. Edgar Hoover.
By these women stepping up they paved the road for other women to follow in their footsteps and to purse carrers in the FBI.
July 16, 1934
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Why I want to purse this career.
I want to be able to work in the criminal justices system. After high school I plan to go to college and get a degree in Criminology, then apply for the FBI.
Joanna Pierce Misko
Susan Roley Malone

Joanne Pierce Misko was the daughter of a police officer and was raised in Niagara Falls, New York.
After graduation she taught in the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy in Buffalo, New York.
She was a former nun before pursuing her career in the FBI.
She was an agent for 22 years before retiring in 1994.
Joanna Pierce Misko
She live in the suburbs of Washington, DC.
In the 8th grade she was giving a project on a agency in the federal government and she picked the FBI.
She became intrested in serving her country and helping people.
She was a former Marine before joining the FBI.
They both attened the same Training Academy.
They were the only two women with 42 guys.

The hardest part for Joanna was the physical training and learning to shot a .38. The academics came easy to her.

Malon's background helped with the stamina and in the firing range.
"The FBI takes you from zero. They wanted you to learn the FBI way so the instruction was very rigourous. We went through the same physical training with the rest of our classmates and we were held to the same FBI standards."
" In St. Louis, they just let me be an agent and do my work like everybody else. That's the way you prove yourself-by doing the job you were sent to do."
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