Dr. Jill Biden, Second Lady of the United States, doesn't have much free time. In addition to her official responsibilities, she teaches English at a community college, co-chairs Global Race for the Cure, works with military families, and heads her own family, which includes three children, five grandchildren, and a man known to spout "Bidenisms."
We were lucky enough to catch up with her at this year's WIE Symposium, where our friend Laura Brown, Features/Special Projects Director of Harper's Bazaar asked her about her joy triggers, the "mythological" number of miles she runs each day, and how she found her true path.
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