May 24, 2018 @ 12:00PM — 2:00PM
Join us for an exciting conversation with Liza Mundy, author of the national bestseller Code Girls, an irresistible and captivating book about the story of the women behind the NSA code breaking.
The International Spy Museum's Luncheon Series feature special guests that share their unique perspective on the critical role of intelligence and espionage. On Thursday, May 24, 2018, author Liza Mundy will share the riveting, untold story of more than 10,000 spirited young American women who cracked German and Japanese codes to help win WWII.
The Luncheon Series began in 2015. With the goal of sharing the unique perspective of the Intelligence Community, the luncheons have brought former CIA Directors, authors, journalists, retired Intelligence Officers, and surprise guests together for an afternoon of networking and storytelling with intimate groups, sized 65-85 people.
About the International Spy Museum: The Museum's primary function is education. By showcasing the largest collection of espionage artifacts ever placed on public display and engaging visitors in one-of-a-kind, hands-on education and programming, SPY illuminates the role of intelligence has played throughout history and continues to play today.
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