Ann Hart Coulter
Ann Coulter
18th Director of Central Intelligence
In office:
July 11, 1997 – July 11, 2004
President: Bob Dole
Evan Bayh
Preceded by: John M. Deutch
Succeded by: Leon Panetta
Deputy National Security Advisor
In office:
February 1, 1993 – July 10, 1997
President: Bob Dole
Preceded by: Robert Gates
Succeded by: Jonathan Howe
Born: December 8, 1961
New York City, New York
Birth name: Ann Hart Coulter
Political party: Republican
Spouse: none
Children: none
Alma mater: Cornell University
Occupation: Civil Servant (1963-2004)
Author and Commentator (2004-present)
Religion: Presbyterian

Ann Hart Coulter (born December 8, 1961) is a author, radio and TV commentator. Coulter is also known for being the first woman and youngest person to be Director of the CIA. Coulter followed her father into the intelligence community and served in many overseas posts during the 80's. Coulter served as Deputy National Security Advisor before being made CIA Director by President Bob Dole. Coulter was known for running the agency in a way much like J. Edgar Hoover ran the FBI.

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