I can understand why you are upset.
I would take a few things into consideration before you file a complaint.
1. Do you really want to work for this person? It sounds to me like she may be they type that doesn't want anyone to know more than she does and is intimidated by your education and experience.
2. How will it affect your record/reputation at this facility? Although it isn't right, employers do dirty things all the time and get away with it. I personally have been made miserable at work because of rubbing the wrong person the wrong way.
3. If you would get the job due to a complaint, are they going to set you up to fail or give you a fair shot? Based on her email response I get the impression fair has nothing to do with this department.
There are laws in place to protect people and they are great and you should fight if those rights are not honored. I would never advocate just walking away and letting someone get away with anything illegal. I am just saying be prepared to deal with the consequences, whatever they may be.
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