Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton

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October 26, 1947
United States
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Hillary Clinton was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2001. She's also the First Lady of the United States, a practicing lawyer, volunteer, law professor, Senator from New York, and activist. Despite her career, she has never turned her back on her roots. Constantly fighting for what's important and never giving up on it.

In the Beginning

Hillary Clinton was born on October 26, 1947 in Chicago, Illnois. She grew up in the suburb of Park Ridge, Illinois. About fifteen miles from the city of Chicago. She was the first child born to Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham and Hugh Rodham. Hugh worked as a fabric store owner. Later, Hillary's two younger brothers were born. Hugh Jr. who was born in 1950, and Anthony who was born in 1954. Even as a young woman, Hillary was active in Republican groups. She even campaigned for Barry Goldwater as a nominee in 1964. She drew inspiration from public service, especially by the speech given by Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. in Chicago. It was around that time she became a Democrat. Hillary went to Wellesley College, and was very active in politics. She was elected for senior class president, before graduating in 1969. Hillary went on to attend Yale Law School where she met Bill Clinton. She graduated in 1973 with honors. Hillary enrolled in the Yale Child Study Center, and went on to take courses on medicine and children.

Most Known For

Hillary Clinton is well known for her announcement to run for the U.S. Presidency. She is also known as serving as the Secretary of State when Obama appointed her. Despite her extensive career, she is still very much known for being the wife of Bill Clinton.

Where Are They Now

In 2015, Hillary made her plans to run for President of the United States official. Her chairperson, John D. Podesta, announced in an e-mail on April 12 that Hillary was going to run for the presidential nomination for the 2016 elections. If she's successful, she will be the first woman in history to earn the nomination as a major party's presidential bid.

Career Accomplishments

Hillary became the First Lady of The United States in 1993 and served until 2001. In that same year she became the U.S. Senator, and held her position until 2009. In 2007, Hillary announced she had plans to run for president. While the 2008 Democratic primaries were going on, she gave up her nomination when Barack Obama had most of the delegate vote. However, Hillary was elected to Secretary of State once Obama won the national election. She served until 2013. In 2015, Hillary once again announced she had plans to run for the position as President of the United States.

Hillary Clinton Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2021 $45 Million
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Hillary Clinton Profile

Basic Info
Full Real Name Hillary Clinton
Date of Birth
October 26, 1947
Age 73
Birthday 26-Oct
Yers of Birth 1947
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Birth Place Chicago, IL
Residence Chappaqua, New York, U.S. Washington, D.C., U.S.
Gender Female
Profession Politician
Country United States
Nationality American
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Spouse Bill Clinton (m.1975)
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Daughter(s) Chelsea Clinton
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Father Hugh Rodham
Mother Dorothy Howell
Brother(s) Tony Rodham, Hugh Rodham
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Garndfather Hugh Rodham
Grandmother Hannah Jones
Sun Sign Scorpio
Star Sign Scorpio
Birth Sign Duality Passive
Birth Sign Modality Fixed Water
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College Wellesley College
High School Maine South High School,Maine East High School
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  • In May 1993, Clinton received an honorary doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania. She also served as the university's commencement speaker that year
  • Around 1994, Clinton received the Living Legacy Award from the Women's International Center, in recognition of "her vast contributions in so many fields, especially honoring her work for women and children
  • In 1994, a special variety of tulip was cultivated and named for her in The Netherlands; it was still being grown as of the late 2000s
  • In 1995, the New York University Annual Survey of American Law dedicated its 52nd volume to Clinton. Each spring since 1942 the NYU Annual Survey has dedicated a volume to a preeminent attorney. On hand to honor Clinton were Former Secretary of the Treasury and United States Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen, Nobel Peace Laureate Elie Wiesel, Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan, United States Secretary of the Treasury Robert Rubin, and United States Senator Edward M. Kennedy
  • In June 1995, Mount Saint Vincent University awarded Clinton an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters.
  • Clinton won the Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for It Takes a Village during the Grammy Awards of 1997.
  • In 1997, Clinton was given the Lincoln Medal from the Ford's Theatre Society, presented annually to "individuals who, through their body of work, accomplishments or personal attributes, exemplify the lasting legacy, and mettle of character embodied by" Abraham Lincoln
  • In May 1998, Clinton received the United Arab Emirates Health Foundation Prize for her work in health and social welfare, especially as it related to women, children, and families
  • In April 1999, Clinton was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Children of Chernobyl Relief Fund for her support of that Ukrainian organization's efforts regarding legacy effects of the Chernobyl accident.
  • In June 1999, Clinton received the Mother Teresa Award, the highest honor given to civilians by Albania. This was in recognition of her humanitarian efforts following the Kosovo War and worldwide.
  • On June 22, 1999, Clinton received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.