About Hillary

Hillary Clinton is...

... one of the most glorious and popular women in the history of the United States, whose contribution to the life of the country and its residents just cannot be underestimated. Hillary is known both for her roles as a successful politician and a woman respected for her charity activity. She is the first lady, who was elected to the US Senate as the representative of the state of New York. Her biography is full of notable events.

Hillary Rodham was born on October 26, 1947. Her Motherland is the state of Illinois. Her father was a small business owner and the World War II veteran, while her mother taught at Sunday school. Having complicated childhood, Hillary’s mother tried to make her daughter understand the needs of people, who are in need and have difficult life. As a child, Hillary attended the local public school and was a Girl Scout. After she finished school, Hillary started attending Wellesley College, where she became famous for her participation in the social justice activity center. She became a prominent leader of students, who have elected her to be the first student speaker in the history of the college. Having graduated from the college, Hillary then enrolled into the Yale Law School. This is when she got acquainted with Bill Clinton. Right after that, she started working at the Children’s Defense Fund, which was the start of her charity activity. She was very committed to serving the community purposes at that time.

Hillary and Bill Clinton married on October 11, 1975 in Arkansas. They have a daughter, Chelsea, who was born in 1980. In 1992 Bill Clinton was elected the President of the USA and Hillary became the first lady of the country. In 2000, she was elected to the Senate of the United States. 8 years later she ran for the President of the US. In 2015, she got involved into a new Presidential campaign, which was not successful as well. However, she still remains popular with millions of the US residents. 

In 2014, Hillary Clinton became a grandmother. She and Bill Clinton now have a granddaughter and a grandson. She is very proud of being a grandmother and considers this one of her most important life achievements.