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Marco Calvi- The Rose of Versailles 

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L O U B N A

ON WHAT SHE’S LOOKING FORWARD TO AFTER LEAVING THE WHITE HOUSE

“My hopes are to recapture some of the everydayness, some anonymity. And we know that will take some time. But I always joke that I dream of opening up my front door and walking out without any notification, without any security.“

“….and it will be nice to open up the paper, look at the front page, and know that you’re not responsible for every headline… It’s sort of like, It’s not my job.”

ON THE OBSTACLES YOUNG WOMEN FACE AROUND THE WORLD

“…there are places in the world where families don’t believe that girls are worthy of an education. They’ll save money and send their sons to school, but they believe that it’s more important for their girls to stay home, get married early, care for the chickens, cook, and clean.”

ON THE STRATEGY BEHIND HER SOCIAL MEDIA USE

“We can fool ourselves into thinking that everybody is still watching the evening news, but I live with Generation Z, and I know that their habits, the way they take in information in, is so different. And they’ve changed… We’ve got to meet our constituents where they are, and they’re on Snapchat.”

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