Margaret Anstee (June 26, 1926 - August 25, 2016) was a British diplomat. She worked with the United Nations for over 40 years, and became the first woman to reach the post of Under-Secretary-General. She was the Director-General of the UN office in Vienna. She also worked as the Director-General's Special Representative to Angola. She wrote an autobiography called Never Learn to Type.
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- Newnham College: First woman to reach rank of under-secretary-general at UN has died | Newnham College, accessdate: August 27, 2016
- UK: Dame Margaret Anstee biography | United Nations Association - UK, accessdate: August 27, 2016