Knowledge Identifier: +Hillary_Rodham_Clinton
For her senior year, she was redistricted to Maine South High School, where she was a National Merit Finalist and graduated in the top five percent of her class of 1965.
In early 1968, she was elected president of the Wellesley College Government Association and served through early 1969; she was instrumental in keeping Wellesley from being embroiled in the student disruptions common to other colleges.
In the late spring of 1971, she began dating Bill Clinton, a law student at Yale.
Her first scholarly article, "Children Under the Law", was published in the Harvard Educational Review in late 1973.
Later that year, President Jimmy_Carter appointed her to the board of directors of the Legal Services Corporation, and she served in that capacity from 1978 until the end of 1981.
In 1979, Rodham became the first woman to be made a full partner of Rose Law Firm.
Bill Clinton returned to the governor's office two years later by winning the election of 1982.
In 1985, she introduced Arkansas's Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youth, a program that helps parents work with their children in preschool preparedness and literacy.
From 1987 to 1991, she chaired the American Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession, which addressed gender bias in the law profession and induced the association to adopt measures to combat it.
She was twice named by the National Law Journal as one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America: in 1988 and in 1991.
Sarah Phillips - She founded Sarah Phillips New York in 1989 and was the designer for the 1992 Inaugural Ball gown for Hillary Rodham Clinton
When Bill Clinton thought about not running again for governor in 1990, Hillary considered running, but private polls were unfavorable and, in the end, he ran and was reelected for the final time.
Tammy Wynette - In 1992, future First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton said during a "60 Minutes" interview either I'm not sitting here as some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette
National Legal and Policy Center - On February 24, 1993, Hillary Rodham Clinton and the six Cabinet members serving on the task force were sued under the Federal Advisory Committee Act in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia by NLPC, along with two other groups, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons and the American Council for Health Care Reform
In March 1994, newspaper reports revealed her spectacular profits from cattle futures trading in 19781979; allegations were made in the press of conflict of interest and disguised bribery, and several individuals analyzed her trading records, but no formal investigation was made and she was never charged with any wrongdoing.
Ananda Lewis - Her executives knew that this kind of gumption was the right stuff for a live show host," In 1996, on an installment of the show entitled "It Takes a Village," Lewis interviewed then-First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, whose book with that title had been published earlier in the year
Along with Senators Ted Kennedy and Orrin Hatch, she was a force behind the passage of the State Children's Health Insurance Program in 1997, a federal effort that provided state support for children whose parents could not provide them with health coverage, and conducted outreach efforts on behalf of enrolling children in the program once it became law.
William Jefferson Clinton - Senators Ted Kennedy a Democrat and Orrin Hatch a Republican teamed up with Hillary Rodham Clinton and her staff in 1997, and succeeded in passing legislation forming the State Children's Health Insurance Program, the largest health care reform in the years of the Clinton Presidency.
In 1998, the Clintons' relationship became the subject of much speculation when investigations revealed that the President had had extramarital relations with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
Charles B. Rangel - In late 1998, when long-time Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York announced his retirement, Rangel was one of the first to advocate that First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton move to New York and run for the seat.
Rangel of New York, urged Clinton to run for Moynihan's open seat in the United States Senate election of 2000.
Joe Biden - Biden fought for certain amendments to the bill that would indirectly protect homeowners and forbid anti-abortion felons from using bankruptcy to discharge fines; the overall bill was vetoed by Bill Clinton in 2000 but finally passed as the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act in 2005, with Biden supporting.
David Twersky (Skverer Rebbe) - During the 2000 Senate campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton visited Rabbi Twersky and his wife in New Square while running for the U.S. Senate and got nearly 100 percent of the local vote
Clinton had been preparing for a potential candidacy for United States President since at least early 2003.
John Spencer (politician) - In 2005, Spencer announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, who was seeking re-election to a second term
Newt Gingrich - In 2005, together with Hillary Rodham Clinton he announced the proposal of the 21st Century Health Information Act, a bill which aimed to replace paperwork with confidential, electronic health information networks.
Jonathan Tasini - In 2006, he unsuccessfully challenged incumbent U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Democratic primary
Kathleen Troia McFarland - McFarland ran as a Republican in the New York United States Senate election, 2006, for the seat held by Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton
Rahm Emanuel - Emanuel declared in April 2006 that he would support Hillary Rodham Clinton should she pursue the presidency in 2008
Geraldine Ferraro - In December 2006, Ferraro announced her support for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton
As the financial crisis of 20072008 reached a peak with the liquidity crisis of September 2008, Clinton supported the proposed bailout of United States financial system, voting in favor of the $700 billion Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, saying that it represented the interests of the American people.
John Lewis (U.S. politician) - At first Lewis supported Hillary Rodham Clinton, endorsing her presidential campaign on October 12, 2007.
Clinton campaigning at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, Minnesota, two days before Super Tuesday 2008.
Emanuel Cleaver - During the course of the Democratic Presidential Primary, Cleaver endorsed Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Fran Drescher - In 2008, Drescher supported Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton for the Democratic Party presidential nomination
Kim Gandy - In 2008, Gandy defended presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton from a comment made by MSNBC host Chris Matthews, himself a Democrat, for remarks that Matthews made about U.S. Senator Clinton having received "sympathy" support because her husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, "messed around
Jim Mattox - In 2008, Mattox worked in Hillary Rodham Clinton's unsuccessful bid for the Democratic presidential nomination
Mike Easley - In the 2008 campaigns, Easley initially endorsed the presidential candidacy of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on April 28, 2008.
Henry Cuellar - Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton for President in 2008, saying that "Senator Clinton is the only candidate with the experience and toughness to hit the ground running on her first day in the White House.
Geraldine Ferraro - She continued her career as a journalist, author, and businesswoman, and served in the 2008 presidential campaign of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton
Casey Wilson - She was a supporter of Hillary Rodham Clinton during the 2008 presidential election and volunteered to work on Clinton's campaign
Tom Vilsack - Shortly after ending his 2008 bid for the White House, Vilsack endorsed Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and was named the national co-chair for Clinton's presidential campaign
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend - Townsend, along with siblings Robert and Kerry, endorsed Hillary Rodham Clinton for President in the 2008 Democratic primaries
Dallas Police Department - Additionally, Senior Corporal Victor Lozada, a motorcycle officer in the Traffic Division, was killed on February 22, 2008, while serving as part of an escort to Senator Hillary Clinton's motorcade near downtown Dallas for a presidential campaign event; Senior Corporal Lozada's funeral was attended by over 4,500 police officers as well as Senator Clinton
Luis T. Diaz Coliseum - Current Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton appeared in the Coliseum on Saturday May 25, 2008 making the first Presidential Candidate to appear in the coliseum
William Joseph Burns - He served in the post until the confirmation of Secretary of State-designate Hillary Rodham Clinton which occurred on January 21, 2009
Corazon Aquino - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton expressed sadness over the passing of Aquino, to whom she had sent a personal letter of best wishes for recovery while she was still in hospital in July 2009
Peter Middlebrook - In 2010 he led the Economic and Infrastructure Development work presented at the 2010 Kabul International Conference attended by Hamid Karzai, Hillary Rodham Clinton and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and in 2011 he led the Economic Impact Assessment team for the US Government on the New Silk Road Strategy
Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky - Their son, Marc Mezvinsky, married Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, on July 31, 2010, in Rhinebeck, NY. He was a Goldman Sachs investment banker, and is an investment banker at 3G Capital Management
Al Jazeera - In 2011, Salon.com said Al Jazeera's coverage of the 2011 Egyptian protests was superior to that of the American news media, while U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton opined that the network's news coverage was more informative, and less opinion-driven than American journalism
Dilma Rousseff - In August 2011, Rousseff was included in the "Forbes"' list of the most powerful women in the world, at the 3rd position, behind only Merkel and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton
Clinton Foundation - In 2013, following the completion of Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State, she joined the foundation, where she planned to work on issues regarding women and small children as well as economic development
Susan Rice - Rice's name was mentioned as a possible replacement for retiring Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2013 after President Barack Obama's November 2012 re-election, but on December 13, 2012, she announced that she was withdrawing her name from consideration saying that if nominated "the confirmation process would be lengthy, disruptive, and costly
United States State Department list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations - In May 2014, Republican lawmakers criticized Hillary Clinton's decision during her tenure as United States Secretary of State to not designate Boko Haram as an FTO. Clinton's concern was that the designation would give what was seen as a domestic group international attention
In March 2015, Clinton's practice of using her own private e-mail address and server throughout her time as Secretary of State, rather than departmental ones, gained widespread public attention due to concerns about the security of mails she sent and received, the availability and preservation of them for Freedom of Information Act requests and the archival historical record, and whether her action had violated any federal laws, regulations, or guidelines
Clinton Foundation - In April 2015, the "New York Times" reported that when Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, the State Department had approved a deal to sell American uranium to Russians who had donated to the Clinton Foundation, and that Clinton had broken her promise to publicly identify such donations
Leaving office at the end of Obama's first term, she authored her fifth book and undertook speaking engagements before announcing her second run for the Democratic nomination in the 2016 presidential election in April 2015
On February 27, 2017, Clinton called on President Trump to address the shooting of two Indians by Adam Purinton