Jill Biden is opening up her plans as a potential First Lady of the United States.
The former SLOTUS – Second Lady of the United States – was profiled on CBS Sunday Morning and revealed that her plans include to continue teaching.
“I hope so. I would love to [continue],” Jill says of her community college teaching career. “If we get to the White House, I’m going to continue to teach. It’s important, and I want people to value teachers and know their contributions and lift up their profession.”
If you’re unfamiliar, Dr. Biden has a doctorate in education and has been a teacher for 36 years. She continued to teach while serving as the Second Lady, during Barack Obama‘s presidency.
Jill‘s husband, Joe, the Democratic nominee, also appears in the profile, which sees him talking of how she is helping him to pick a female running mate.
“What Jill is best at helping me do is figure out who the people around me would be most compatible with me,” he shared. “She knows me better than I know me.”
She added, “We’ve talked about the different women candidates but it’s gotta be Joe’s decision. Who he feels most comfortable with, who shares his values. And that’s what he’s always said that’s what he and Barack had.”
Watch the full profile below:
Recently, Joe opened up about his process for picking his running mate and when the announcement might be.