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Stella Rimington

A former Director General of MI5, bestselling author and sought after speaker.

Dame Stella Rimington became the first female Director General of M15 in 1992 and remained in the role until 1996 - she became the first to be named when on appointment to the prestigious and highly responsible position. Now one of Britain's foremost female authors, Dame Stella is also a sought after speaker and an inspiration to women - and men - with ambition, at home in the UK and around the world.

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About Stella Rimington

  • Former Director General of M15
  • Bestselling Author
  • Top Speaker

Speaking Style

Articulate, experienced and approachable, the straight-talking Dame Stella Rimington inspires all who listen with her client-tailored talks.

Speaking Topics

  • Counter Espionage & Counter Terrorism
  • The Media and its Standards
  • Political and Current Affairs
  • Leadership and Change
  • Women Pursuing Professional Careers
  • Northern Ireland and India


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Books By Stella Rimington

  • Open Secret: The Autobiography of the Former Director-General of MI5 (2001)
  • At Risk: A Novel (2004)
  • Secret Asset (2006)
  • Illegal Action (2007)
  • Dead Line (2008)
  • Present Danger (2009)
  • Rip Tide (2011)
  • The Geneva Trap (2012)

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