Amy Carter Biography
(Jimmy Carter's Daughter)
Birthday: October 19, 1967 (Libra)
Born In: Plains, Georgia, United States
Amy Carter is the daughter of Jimmy Carter, former President of the United States of America. She was a subject of continuous fascination for media during the time her father served as the President and resided in the White House. Born and brought up in Georgia, Amy finished her early schooling in Washington and later went on to earn her bachelor and master’s degree in arts from the Memphis College of art, then Tulane University in New Orleans. When their family moved to the White House, Amy, although a kid, was quite unaware of how important her family was nationally and was busy in her own world and when she grew up, she stayed away from politics as much as she could and started a career in social activism. She was an avid supporter of anti-racism rallies and debated against the US foreign policies in support of African Apartheid movements and she was even expelled once from the University in her sophomore year while protesting against the CIA recruitments process in her college. She presently resides in Georgia with her husband.