Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, works to highlight the importance of community colleges, to raise awareness about the sacrifices made by military families, and to bring attention to women’s health issues, including breast cancer. She also continues to teach English full-time at a community college not far from the White House.
Prior to moving to Washington, D.C., Jill taught English at a community college in Delaware, at a public high school and at a psychiatric hospital for adolescents. Jill earned her Doctorate in Education from the University of Delaware in January of 2007. Her dissertation focused on maximizing student retention in community colleges. She also has a two Master's Degrees — both of which she earned while working and raising a family.
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Dr. Jill Biden visits two community colleges to explore just how innovative these colleges can be in meeting the needs of their students.
Dr. Biden attends SXSWedu 2015 to discuss the importance of community colleges to America’s future. She urges students to tweet questions about community colleges to me @DrBiden using the hashtag #AskDrBiden.
Dr. Jill Biden reflects on a dinner at Walter Reed National Medical Center and the importance of honoring veterans on Valentine's Day.
Dr. Jill Biden delivers remarks at the 2015 Community College National Legislative Summit, highlighting the Administration's commitment to community colleges.
Dr. Jill Biden writes a piece for Ebony that reminds Americans to sign up for health coverage before the deadline.
We have asked a lot of service members and their families over the past decade, and in honor of their service, President Obama signed a proclamation to establish November 2014 as Military Family Month.
As the number of caregivers among us continues to increase, we need to find more and effective ways to support them and their efforts.
The Administration is making clear that most health insurance plans must soon cover so-called chemoprevention medications that can reduce the risk of breast cancer for women who have an increased chance of developing the disease. In addition, these health plans will have to cover the medications at no cost to these women.
Last night, Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Biden had the tremendous honor of hosting the fifth annual early Thanksgiving dinner for 13 Wounded Warriors and their families.