Jill Biden, produced on June 5, 1951, spent the majority of her youth in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Biden has educated at community colleges throughout the majority of her career, and continues to be an advocate for community colleges. As the wife of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, she’s America’s second woman and has helped raise consciousness about supporting military families, schooling and women’s problems. She spent the bulk of her youth, yet, in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, with her parents and four younger sisters.
Though she set out to study fashion merchandising in a junior college in Pennsylvania, Biden shortly found her studies unsatisfying, and left school. Around the exact same time, she married Bill Stevenson, a lad she’d started dating in the summer of 1969—the same year she’d graduated from high school. The two determined to attend the University of Delaware together, and Biden majored in English. Biden afterward took a year off from school, understanding all of the while that she’d return and complete. To make extra cash during her year off, Biden did a little modeling for an area bureau. Then-U.S. Senator Joe Biden saw her image in an ad posted on a bus shelter and became smitten.