- Faith: Christianity
- Career: Public Figure
- Birthday: January 17, 1964
- Accomplishments: , New York Times Bestseller, Harvard Law
- Fun Faith Fact!: Michelle won a Grammy Award for her memoir titled "Becoming."
Michelle Obama is an attorney and the first African-American first lady to the 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama. Michelle is a Princeton University and Harvard Law School graduate from the South Side of Chicago who has dedicated her life to advocating for education, nutrition, and poverty awareness. She is an icon for women all over the world and has embodied the true essence of what it means to be the first lady. Michelle was raised United Methodist and joined Trinity United Church of Christ. Michelle, along with her husband and children have relied heavily on their faith to carry them through the challenges of being the first African-American family to lead the United States.
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