Nancy Pelosi discusses her typical day, leadership style, pride in San Franciscan values, and advocating for gay rights. Succession is an antiquated notion. Her work in Congress does not focus on her personal agenda; passing the Affordable Care Act is a career highlight.
Pelosi discusses her parent's influence, religious upbringing, and balancing family with career. Raising children teaches mothers patience, diplomacy, and time management skills. People follow those who have a vision, knowledge, and a plan.
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Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader of the U.S. House of Representatives, is considered the most powerful woman in American politics. Pelosi was the first female Speaker of the House and the first woman to be third in line for the presidency. Among her greatest accomplishments in government was the passage of the Affordable Care Act/Obama Care, providing millions of Americans access to medical insurance. She shares what it was like wielding such political power and the added difficulties of doing what she thinks is best for the American people. Pelosi also opens up about the effects of growing up in the world of politics and how much the world’s children influence her role as a leader.
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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