Elizabeth Warren Biography
(United States Senator from Massachusetts and Vice Chair of the Senate Democratic Caucus)
Birthday: June 22, 1949 (Cancer)
Born In: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Elizabeth Warren is an American politician who is serving as United States Senator, representing Massachusetts since 2013. Warren had earned her reputation even before her entry into the Senate. She was a Harvard law professor and the country’s leading bankruptcy expert. A reputed law scholar, Warren has several publications to her name and is among the most quoted academicians under bankruptcy law. She served as chair of Congressional Oversight Panel and was subsequently assigned as Assistant to the President. In the aftermath of the financial collapse in 2008, she served as an advisor to the Obama administration and worked relentlessly to build the government agency Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. This was created for consumers who needed an official body to avoid diabolic lending schemes. With her expanding presence in public and constant effort to build better policies, she made it to the Time’s 100 Most Influential list. Her popularity pushed her to contest for the Senate and she won the general election, becoming the first female senator from Massachusetts. As an academician, she has several articles and bestselling books to her credit. She was honored with the Leila J. Robinson Award by the Massachusetts Women's Bar Association as well. Recently, she declared her intention to run for the office of the President of the U.S as the Democratic Party candidate.