Who is Valerie Plame?

Valerie Elise Plame Wilson is an American writer, spy novelist, and former officer who worked at the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). She is known as the CIA leak scandal, Plame's identity as a CIA officer was leaked to and subsequently published by Robert Novak of the Washington Post.

Where did Valerie Plame Grow Up?

Valerie Plame was born on August 13, 1963, in Anchorage, Alaska. She holds American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She was born to a father Samuel Plame III and a mother Diane. Her paternal grandfather was Jewish, the son of a rabbi who emigrated from Ukraine. She was unaware, until she was an adult, that her grandfather was Jewish. She graduated in 1981 from Lower Moreland High School, in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, and in 1985 from Pennsylvania State University, with a B.A. in advertising. While attending Penn State, she joined Pi Beta sorority and worked for the business division of the Daily Collegian student newspaper.

How is Valerie Plame's Career?

Valerie Plame worked at a clothing store while awaiting results of her application to the CIA. She was accepted into the 1985-86 CIA officer training class. The CIA will not publicly release the specific dates of her employment from 1985 to 2002, due to security concerns. She worked for the CIA in a non-official cover capacity relating to counter-proliferation. She served the CIA at times as a non-official cover, operating in Athens and Brussels. Her assignments required posing in various professional roles in order to gather intelligence more effectively. Two of her covers include serving as a junior consular officer in the early 1990s in Athens and then later as an energy analyst for the private company Brewster Jennings & Associates which the CIA later acknowledged was a front company for certain investigations. A former senior diplomat in Athens remembered Plame in her dual role and also recalled that she served as one of the control officers coordinating the visit of President George H. W. Bush to Greece and Turkey on July 1991. The CIA sent her first to the London School of Economics and then the College of Europe, in Drugs, for Master's degrees. After earning the second degree, she stayed on in Brussels, where she began her next assignment undercover as an energy consultant for Brewster-Jennings. In 1997, the primary assignment was shifted to the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Her work concerned the determination of the use of aluminum tubes purchased by Iraq. CIA analysts prior to the Iraq invasion were quoted by the White House as believing that Iraq was trying to acquire nuclear weapons and that these aluminum tubes could be used in a centrifuge for nuclear enrichment. David Corn and Michael Isikoff argued that the undercover work being done by Plame and her CIA colleagues in the Directorate of Central Intelligence Nonproliferation Center strongly contradicted such a claim.

What is Valerie Plame Body Features?

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Is Valerie Plame Married?

Valerie Plame married Todd Sesler, the marriage ended in divorce in 1989. In 1997, while working for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), she met former Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson. They were married on April 3, 1998. Wilson relates in his memoir, he was separated from his second wife Jacqueline. They divorced after 12 years of marriage so that he could marry Plame. Wilson and Plame divorced in 2017.

How much is Valerie Plame's Net Worth?

There is no information about her net worth and salary.