#CIA is proud to share that our Deputy Associate Director for Talent for Diversity & Inclusion and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Sonya Holt, is one of @WashingtonExec’s Top DE&I Executives to Watch in 2022.
We are grateful for her dedicated efforts as a DE&I champion.
— CIA (@CIA) June 23, 2022
The Central Intelligence Agency was proud Thursday to announce one of its extralegal killing machines Sonya Holt had been named as one of WashingtonExec’s “Top Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Executives to Watch in 2022” for her efforts making the CIA a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace. The woman, who probably keeps the severed ears of third world warlords in jars of formaldehyde in her office desk drawer as mementos of her career directing bloody reprisals for attacks on US allied warlords, was described by WashingtonExec as having “launched a cultural competency training course and will be rolling out a DEIA certification program for managers, non-supervisors and DEIA practitioners – though all employees will be encouraged participate.”
“DEIA enables us to better understand our world and leads to better decision-making and problem-solving. It raises our consciousness and opens us up to differing viewpoints and perspectives where no individual or group feels left out or not valued,” said Holt, who has probably more than once in her career considered differing viewpoints and perspectives when deciding whether a man whose fingers are being held less than an inch away from a spinning circular saw blade is telling everything he knows about the buyer of the anthrax samples stolen from a Russian bioweapons lab.