Dr. Jill Biden, the presumptive first lady elect, has laid out a list of priorities she wants to focus on when she arrives at the White House in January.
In a statement from Biden’s spokesman Michael LaRosa, Biden is currently building her team to help her work on issues related to education, cancer, and military families and veterans.
“Dr. Biden is enormously grateful to the country for electing her husband and Senator Harris,” LaRosa said. “Joe Biden will be a president for all Americans. (Jill Biden) is spending time with her children and grandchildren in Wilmington, Delaware.”
Biden, 69, spent several decades working as a teacher and has a doctorate in education from the University of Delaware.
While she was second lady to the former vice president, Biden worked with former first lady Michelle Obama to help military families become engaged in community activities.