Michelle Robinson was born on January 17, 1964 in Chicago. She lived in a one bedroom apartment and shared a room with her brother, which was actually her living room with a divider down the middle.
After graduating high school she majored in sociology at Princeton University graduating with cum laude honors in 1985. From there she attended Harvard where she earned her law degree in 1988. After graduating from Harvard, Michelle accepted a position at a downtown Chicago law firm. In 1989 she was asked to mentor a summer associate from Harvard name Barack Obama. Barack didn't have much interest in corporate law, but did have a lot of interest in Michelle. Michelle Robinson initially brushed off advances from Barack because they were working at same firm and he was an intern and she had a higher position at the firm. But they fell in love and they were married on October 18, 1992.
Barack and Michelle waited almost seven years before having children. Their first daughter name Malia Ann Obama was born in 1999 and Natasha (often called "Sasha") was born in 2001. Michelle said she fell in love with Obama for the same reason many other people respect him and that is his connection with people. Even though her husband is the center of attention, Michelle has zero concerns about Obama being faithful in their marriage. She never worry about things that she can't affect and said if something comes between them, then they didn’t have much to begin with.
Michelle's impressive resume includes: Former associate dean at the University of Chicago; a member of six boards of directors including the prestigious Chicago Council on Global Affairs, the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools and Tree House Foods; and Vice President, Community and External Affairs at the University of Chicago Hospitals. In this position she was responsible for all programs and initiatives that involve the relationships between the hospitals and the community as well as management of the...