She knew the moment all the votes were counted that her life was going to get a lot busier, and this week she is making her first trip to Connecticut as first lady.
So why the First Lady is coming to Nutmeg State, according to multiple sources including wfsb.com, it may have something to do with former Meriden teacher and principal, Miguel Cardona, who is expected to become the new U.S. Secretary of Education is confirmed. The Senate will vote today on its confirmation.
A press release sent out by the White House late last week only said that the first lady would be traveling to Meriden on Wednesday, March 3rd.
Whatever the reason, the Mayor of Meriden Kevin Scarpati is ready to welcome you with open arms.
On behalf of the City of Meriden, we are delighted to host First Lady Jill Biden on Wednesday March 3rd. We are honored, Dr. To welcome Biden to our diverse and inclusive community. We are looking forward to your visit.
There is a connection between the First Lady and Miguel Cardona, both holding PhDs and both having spent their entire careers in public education.
It’s been a whirlwind for Jill Biden so far, but she’s no stranger to the spotlight after spending eight years as 2nd lady when her husband Joe was the vice president. Now that she’s gotten used to her role as First Lady after campaigning with husband Joe for the past two years, here are some pictures to prove it: