After some more pondering, and going back over what I've written on the topic, there are effectively two Wonder Women. There is the well known, respected Linda Carter Wonder Woman, icon of the Feminist movement, and a figurehead for women's rights in the comic universe, and there is the Wonder Woman from the actual comics who was written by men in the 40s and 50s, and the two are pretty far apart.
So I had a thought.
There was another Princess Diana who got a lot of media attention, Princess Diana of the British Royal family.
So, here is the thought: Princess Diana of Themyscira is a very well known very public figure, especially in her role as a UN Ambassador, a proponent of women's rights, children's issues, and civil rights in general, with a minor in peace dealing and public relations. Then, her alternate 'super persona' is instead the blank rather than the secret identity. Princess Diana is known around the world, but there is a female super hero who fights crime, taking down international criminals, KO'ing warlords and tyrants who don't deal at the peace talks, rescuing kidnapped children, and otherwise doing all the covert ops asskicking that a diplomat and princess functionally and legally cannot do.
In her corner:
Standard Bag of Superhero powers, enhanced strength, agility, durability
Military special ops training. (hand to hand, melee weapons, military organization)
Access to prototype and experimental military hardware, with emphasis on non-lethal and subdual weapons.
Intelligence Ops training (interrogation, use of chemicals)
Super Persona often acts 'against' the Princess' proclamations (she generally must condemn her super activities as a vigilante, and sometimes criminal figure, ala Batman, but much more international in scale)
Her credentials as a peacemaker would be destroyed if her super persona were discovered
As a diplomat, sometimes must work with figures who are her super persona's rivals and enemies