The Jennifer Granholm speeches focus on trying to bring the United States economy back to life. Her efforts are essentially larger scale initiatives that began during her time as governor of Michigan in 2002 and again in 2006.
Before her time as governor, Jennifer was a judicial clerk for Michigan’s 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. In 1990 she acted as a federal prosecutor in Detroit and then in 1994 she was appointed Wayne County Corporation Counsel. Jennifer was elected to become the first female attorney general in 1998.
Jennifer Granholm speeches follow the same subject of her Washington Post political bestseller called A Governor's Story: A Fight for Jobs and America's Economic Future. Like her speeches, the book offers advice on how to create jobs and recover from a poor economy.