Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama, Biography, Background, Age, 2022 Updates

Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama(Born January 17th 1964)  who grew up in Chicago’s south side is a lawyer, writer, Former First Lady of the United States of America. She is the first African-American First Lady of the United States. She became a role model for women and an advocate for peace and women in general through her initiatives ‘let’s move’

Michelle earned a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and a doctor degree from Harvard Law School. In 1988, she returned to Chicago to join the firm of Sidley Austin. It was there that she met Barack Obama, a summer associate she was assigned to advise. They were married in 1992.

She has become a role model. Mrs. Obama remembers growing up on the South Side of Chicago and thinking “being smart is cooler than anything in the world.” After earning degrees from Princeton University and Harvard Law School, she joined Sidley Austin LLP, where she met Barack Obama in 1989. Guided by the desire to improve her community, she left the firm in the mid-1990s to begin a career in public service. She directed community and external affairs for the University of Chicago Medical Center prior to moving to Washington in 2009. During her husband’s two presidential campaigns, Mrs. Obama delivered poignant speeches that centered on her family’s commitment to serving others and highlighted the importance of her role as a parent.


Michelle Obama has revealed her daughters, Sasha and Malia Obama, have moved in together and are now sharing a home in Los Angeles.



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