Madeleine Albright was bornon 15 May 1937 in Prague, Czechoslovakia, American, is Politician & Diplomat. Madeleine Albright became the first woman to serve as the U.S. Secretary of State. She served as the 64th United States Secretary of State and the 20th United States Ambassador to the United Nations. Currently, she serves as the professor of International Relations at the Georgetown University. She has received her PhD. from the Columbia University and is the recipient of many honorary degrees. She is also a New York Times bestselling author; some of her books include, 'Madam Secretary', 'The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs' and 'Read My Pins'. She is the recipient of the prestigious Presidential Medal of Freedom. Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, Albright's family settled in the United States of America after they fled their home country seeking political asylum. She began her political career assisting two unsuccessful presidential campaigns and later served as a National Security Adviser under then-President Jimmy Carter. She is the founder of the Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategy firm.
From 2011, she began serving in the advisory council in The Hague Institute for Global Justice
In 2007, she was the chairperson at the Women's Ministerial Initiative organised by the Council of Women World Leaders
In 2005, she appeared as a guest star on the TV show, 'Gilmore Girls', in which she played herself
In 2003, she was appointed as one of the Board of Directors of the New York Stock Exchange
In 2001, her term as the United States Secretary of State came to an end
In 1998, she attended the NATO summit, where she sought ways to extend the membership of the organisation
In 1997, as the United States Secretary of State, she represented the Transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong
In 1996, she was again asked to help out in foreign matters by the then-President Bill Clinton
In 1992, she was appointed by then-President Bill Clinton to manage the new administration at the National Security Council
In 1984, she was appointed as one of the major Democratic Party foreign policy advisors to Vice-Presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro
In 1982, she joined the academic department of Georgetown University, where she specialised in Eastern European studies
In 1972, she began her political career after she assisted Democratic presidential candidate, Senator Edmund Muskie
D on 'the role of journalists in the Prague Spring of 1968'
The following year, she took office as the 64th United States Secretary of State