In this section, we will talk about Michelle Obama, a speaker at the Democratic National Convention in 2008. We will focus on her professional life – which includes her active involvement in Barack Obama’s campaigns – as well as on her personal life and interests.

Since 1992, she has been married to Barack Obama, who was the 44th President of the United States. After graduating from Princeton and Harvard Law School, Michelle Obama worked at a law firm, where she met her future husband. After marrying Obama, she gave up her law career and got involved in social and administrative affairs. Like her husband, Michelle Obama is a member of the Democratic Party, which promotes liberalism and social and economic equality.

During her speech, Michelle Obama provides important information about her professional and personal life. An important aspect of her upbringing was the education she received, which eventually led to her becoming a successful lawyer. 

Michelle Obama enrolled in Princeton University, just like her older brother, Craig, whom she mentions at the beginning of her speech and whom she looks up to: “At 6-foot-6, I've often felt like Craig was looking down on me too ... literally. But the truth is, both when we were kids and today, he wasn't looking down on me. He was watching over...

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