First Lady of the United States Jill Biden is in Mexico with her husband Joe Biden on the sidelines of the North American Leaders’ Summit.
Ever since her husband came to power in America, it was said that Jill would create history in the White House. To explain this, we tell you a little more about who this first lady is.
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Who is Jill Biden?
Jill Tracy Jacobs, 71, was born June 3, 1951 in Hammonton, NJ. He was raised in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania with his parents; She is the eldest of five sisters.
In February 1970, she was first married to Bill Stevenson, but they divorced during college.
still on the run when met Joe Biden on a blind date Hosted by Joe’s brother, Frank. They would marry on June 17, 1977It was also a second marriage for Joe, since the death of his first wife in a traffic accident in 1972.
As a grandfather who has seen his granddaughters shine on the field, I know how sports can instill confidence in young women.
— Jill Biden (@FLOTUS) January 10, 2023
PhD in Education
He graduated from the University of Delaware in 1975 a degree in english and began working as a teacher in the local public schools.
He didn’t stop working while doing graduate school at West Chester University, graduating with an A. Master of Education with a specialization in ReadingIn 1981.
In addition to teaching English, he taught history to students with emotional disabilities. In the 1980s, she also participated in an education program for teenagers at a psychiatric hospital.
Jill Biden Receives Her Second Bachelor’s Degree From Villanova University 1987 with Master of Arts in English.
Years later, in January 2007and at age 55, received a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from the University of Delaware.
Few things bring a teacher greater joy than seeing their students’ art on display – especially when it’s transformed into ornaments for the White House! pic.twitter.com/GvUmZS5ygK
— Jill Biden (@FLOTUS) December 20, 2022
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Neither the work of the second or the first lady stops her passion for teaching
From January 2009 to January 2017, she served as the Second Lady of the United States as her husband Barack Obama’s Vice President.
From then on, she gave something to talk about as she would have been the first second woman to have a paid job while her husband was vice president, as he had not quit his job as a teacher.
Actually, in that role too he focused Highlight the role of community colleges in the nation’s economy,
Already as First Lady of the United States, she did not resign from her job as a teacher. Nova (Northern Virginia Community College), where he has taught since 2009.
I became the first wife of an American president Has an independent career outside the White House.
The Causes Jill Biden Defends
He has continued to support the causes that have defined his public life. is one of them support military families, For this, his White House initiative is Joining Forces.
Jill Biden has advocated betterment through this program economic opportunity for military spouses child support military, approach to health and wellness of them, and better resources for Caregivers and survivors.
As an educator for more than 30 years, she also struggles to increased educational opportunities in all ages. He has advocated for universal preschool, free community college, increased access to broadband internet for students, and more affordable options for higher education.
The Cancer Moonshot is about building a future where we no longer need to fear the word ‘cancer’.
— Jill Biden (@FLOTUS) October 29, 2022
as well cancer is an early battle for Jill Biden. In the 1990s, four of her friends were diagnosed with breast cancer; And in 2015, his stepson Beau Biden died of brain cancer.
That’s why Jill Biden has focused on supporting cancer patients and their loved ones. According to the White House page, the First Lady has worked to “urge Americans to prioritize their early detection exams for cancer and reduce health disparities.”