Former First Lady and Humanitarian
Laura Bush's keynotes take on a relevant topic of today -- women's rights. As an advocate for literacy, education and choice of women, Bush is a key speaker on the subject. The former First Lady, wife of President George W. Bush, is very influential when it comes to getting the word out on important issues that pertain to women's rights.
Graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Education from Southern Methodist University in 1968, Bush went on to be a second grade teacher. She later received her Master's Degree in Library Science from the University of Texas at Austin and became a librarian.
As a mother, political figure and humanitarian herself, Laura Bush made it her mission to empower women across the world. She authored 'Spoken From the Heart,' a book about her life not only as First Lady but also her life missions, including the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Laura Bush's keynotes are an important dedication to the ongoing struggle for women's rights worldwide.