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Hillary Clinton for President
Hillary Clinton
Democratic Presidential Nominee

Personal Info

Date of Birth
October 26th, 1947
Place of Birth
Chicago, Illinois
Hugh Ellsworth Rodham [Textiles Merchandiser]
Dorothy Emma Howell [Homemaker]
Bill Clinton [42nd US President]
Chelsea Clinton

Education and Work Experience

  • Bachelor of Arts, Political Science (1969) {Wellesley University}
  • Juris Doctor, {Yale Law School} (1973)
Work Experience
  • Research Assistant, Yale Child Study Center (1970)
  • Volunteer Child Advocate, Yale-New Haven Hospital (1970)
  • Volunteer Legal Adviser, New Haven Legal Services (1970)
  • Intern, Law Firm of Treuhaft, Walker, and Burnstein (1971) {Oakland, California}
  • Staff Attorney, Children's Defense Fund (1973) {Cambridge, Massachusetts}
  • Consultant, Carnegie Council on Children (1973)
  • Professor, University of Arkansas: School of Law (1975) {Fayetteville, Arkansas}
  • Attorney, Rose Law Firm (1977) {Little Rock, Arkansas}
  • Co-founder, Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families (1977)
  • Partner, Rose Law Firm (1979)
  • Chair, Arkansas Educational Standards Committee (1983)
  • Chair, American Bar Association: Commission on Women in the Profession (1987-91)
  • Board Member, Arkansas Children's Hospital: Legal Services (1988-92)
  • Chair, Children's Defense Fund (1986-92)
  • Board Member, TCBY (1985-92)
  • Board Member, Wal-Mart Stores (1986-92)
  • Board Member, Lafarge (1990-1992)

Political Experience

  • President, Young Republicans National Society {Wellesley Chapter}
  • Supporter/Activist, John Lindsay Mayoralty Campaign (1965)
  • Supporter/Activist, Edward Brooke Senatorial Campaign (1966)
  • Supporter/Activist, Eugene McCarthy Presidential Campaign (1968)
  • President, Wellesley College Government Association (1968-69)
  • Intern, House Republican Conference (1968)
  • Supporter/Aid, Nelson Rockefeller Presidential Campaign (1968)
  • Attendee, Republican National Convention (1968) {Miami, Fl}
  • Editorial Board Member, Yale Review of Law and Social Action (1970)
  • Researcher, Senator Walter Mondale's Subcommittee on Migratory Labor (1970)
  • Supporter/Aid, Joseph Duffey Senatorial Campaign (1970)
  • Supporter/Aid, George McGovern Presidential Campaign (1972)
  • Member, Impeachment Inquiry Staff {Watergate Scandal} (1974)
  • First Lady of Arkansas (1979-81, 1983-92)
  • Chair, Arkansas Rural Health Advisory Committee (1979)
  • Chair/Board Member, New World Foundation (1982-88)
  • First Lady, United States of America (1993-2001)


  • Arkansas "Woman of the Year (1983)
  • Arkansas "Mother of the Year (1984)
  • "100 Most Influential Lawyers in America," National Law Journal (1988 & 1991)

  • Cover Model, Vogue Magazine (1998)


  • Volunteer Child Advocate, Yale-New Haven Hospital (1970)
  • Volunteer Legal Adviser, New Haven Legal Services (1970)
  • Co-founder, Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families (1977)
  • Board Member, Arkansas Children's Hospital: Legal Services (1988-92)
  • Chair, Children's Defense Fund (1986-92)


  • "There Is Only The Fight...": An Analysis of the Alinsky Model, Wellesley College - Senior honors thesis (1969)
  • "Children Under the Law," Harvard Educational Review (1973)
  • "Children's Policies: Abandonment and Neglect," Yale Law Journal (1977)
  • "Children's Rights: A Legal Perspective, Teacher's College Press (1979)
  • "Leading Through Civilian Power: Redefining American Diplomacy and Development," Foreign Affairs (2010)
  • "America's Pacific Century," Foreign Policy (2011)
  • It Takes a Village: And Other Lessons Children Teach Us, Simon & Schuster (1996)
  • Dear Socks, Dear Buddy: Kids' Letters to the First Pets, Simon & Schuster (1998)
  • An Invitation to the White House: At Home with History, Simon & Schuster (2000)
  • Living History, Simon & Schuster (2003)
  • Hard Choices, Simon & Schuster (2014)
Party Affiliation: 

Hillary Clinton was born on October 26, 1947, in Chicago, Illinois. She married Bill Clinton in 1975. She served as first lady from 1993 to 2001, and then as a U.S. senator from 2001 to 2009. In early 2007, Clinton announced her plans to run for the presidency. During the 2008 Democratic primaries, she conceded her nomination when it became apparent that Barack Obama held a majority of the delegate vote. After winning the national election, Obama appointed Clinton as secretary of state. She was sworn in January 2009 and served in that position until 2013. In the spring of 2015, she announced her plans to again run for the U.S. presidency.

- Biography.com


Ms Clinton was a very conservative person until the liberal college branded her like they do to most students and most can't take the pressure and are Casta gated then filled with a brain full of mush