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Kathryn Childers One of First Women Agents in the United States Secret Service
Kathryn Childers' decision to just “do it scared” led to her appointment as one of the first five female Special Agents in the U.S. Secret Service in 1970. She worked undercover on counterfeit investigations, as well as protected the President and foreign heads of state. Dubbed the "pistol packin' nanny," she protected Caroline and John Kennedy Jr., while traveling with Mrs. Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis around the world. From harrowing to glamorous, Kathryn share's her amazing life's journey while coaching audiences to take action and identify their "own" personal “scared” … the first step to courage.