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Obama, Michelle, 1964-

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Personal name headingObama, Michelle, 1964-
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Variant(s)Robinson, Michelle LaVaughn, 1964-
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1964-01-17
Place of birthChicago (Ill.)
AffiliationPrinceton University Harvard Law School University of Chicago Sidley & Austin Chicago (Ill.). Office of the Mayor
Profession or occupationLawyers Executives Politicians
Lawyers Politicians
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Found inMichelle, 2008.
Wikipedia, Aug. 11, 2008 (Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama; b. Jan. 17, 1964, Chicago; lawyer and wife of senator and presidential candidate Barack Obama)
Michelle Obama, c2009: p. 2 (Michelle LaVaughn Robinson; b. Jan 17, 1964)
African American national biography, accessed March 5, 2015, via Oxford African American Studies Center database (Obama, Michelle; Michelle LaVaughn Robinson; First Lady of the United States, lawyer, political figure, organization founder / official; born 17 January 1964 in Chicago, Illinois, United States; graduated from Chicago's first magnet school for the academically gifted, Whitney Young High School (1981); graduated from Princeton University with a major in sociology and a minor in African American studies (1985); earned a law degree at Harvard Law School (1988); became an associate at the Sidley & Austin law firm; married Barack Obama (3 October 1992); was member of the mayor's staff, assistant commissioner of planning and development; founding executive director of the Chicago Office of Public Allies (1993); associate dean of student services at the University of Chicago (1996); joined the administration of the University of Chicago Hospitals (2002); worked on her husband's campaign for the presidency of the United States (2007); as first lady she focused attention on the needs of military families, improving public education and women's frustration about achieving a manageable work / family balance; launched "Let's Move" campaign against childhood obesity)
Associated languageeng