On November 14, 1954 Condoleezza Rice was born. She is best known as being the 66th United States Secretary of State, as well as the first female African-American secretary of state. She served under the Bush Administration, and was also the first woman to serve as a National Security Advisor.
Following her run as secretary of state, Rice returned to Standford University as a professor in political science, a position she held before joining the Bush Administration. She soon later became a faculty member at the Graduate School of Business at Standford, and a director for the Global Center for Business and the Economy at Standford.