She has juggled career and family as a working mother, and her positions indicate progressive ideas on the roles of women and men in society.Michelle and Barack Obama have two daughters, Malia (born 1998) and Sasha (born 2001)."About Michelle Obama." retrieved 22 February 2008. "Michelle Obama's Career Timeout." Washington Post, . "He's much more than Obama's brother-in-law." Providence Journal, 15 February 2008. "Michelle Obama Thrives in Campaign Trenches." New York Times, 14 February 2008. "First Lady in Waiting." Vanity Fair.com, 27 December 2007. "The woman behind Obama."Chicago Sun Times, 22 January 2008. "First Lady in Waiting."Chicago Magazine, October 2004.So we had lunch, and he had this bad sport jacket and a cigarette dangling from his mouth, and I thought: 'Oh, here you go. I've been down this road before.' " The fact that she was Obama's mentor made her feel self-conscious.
As executive director, she headed up a non-profit named by President Bill Clinton as a model Ameri Corps program.Michelle La Vaughn Robinson Obama was the first African American First Lady and wife of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States and the first African American to serve as president Former vice president of community and external affairs at the University of Chicago Medical Center January 17, 1964 in Chicago, Illinois on the city's South Side Graduated Whitney M. The living room - converted with a divider down the middle - served as Michelle's bedroom.Young Magnet High School in Chicago's West Loop in 1981 Princeton University, B. Michelle and her older brother Craig, now an Ivy League basketball coach at Brown University, grew up hearing the story of their maternal grandfather.Not long after, the firm assigned her to mentor a summer associate named Barack Obama.Even then, there was a lot of buzz about this 27-year-old prodigy from Harvard Law School.