Callista Gingrich Biography
Birthday: March 4, 1966 (Pisces)
Born In: Whitehall, Wisconsin, United States
Callista Gingrich is a noted American author and diplomat, currently serving as the US Ambassador to the Holy See. Born into a middle-class working family, she developed an early interest in music, eventually earning her Bachelor’s degree in music from Luther College, Iowa. During this time, she attracted the attention of the local Republican Congressman while singing on parade floats and he offered her an internship, which she accepted possibly out of curiosity; until then she had no political ambition. But by the end of her internship, she became interested enough to accept a position at the Congressman’s office, eventually moving to House Committee on Agriculture, where she served until 2007. Meanwhile she married the former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Newt Gingrich, with whom she launched a multimedia company, producing number of historical and public policy documentaries through it. Concurrently, she also started writing children’s book, two of which were New York Times best seller list. She also heads Gingrich Foundation, a nonprofit organization involved with charity works.