Kamala Harris is the first Black-Indian American woman select for US Vice President to run from a major party ticket. She has been on a peak in the Democratic Party, for years. After completing two terms of California’s Attorney General, she was elected to the US Senate in 2016. As part of the Senate Judiciary and Intelligence committees, her work has been praised and noticed for her non-stopping efforts and hard work.
She was born in 1964 at Oakland, California, and belonged to an Indian-Jamaican family. Her father is an economist from Jamaica, and her mother was a cancer researcher from India.
Kamala Harris is a prosecutor by profession after graduating from the UC Hastings College of Law and Howard University in Washington, DC. Before being elected to the San Francisco District Attorney’s office in 2003, she worked as a prosecutor.
She became the first woman of California who serves as a district attorney. Kamala Harris promised to combat capital punishment, and while prosecuting a person convicted of murdering a police officer, she kept her promise. She struggled a lot for this, but she fought for her promise.
In 2010, she became the first woman and the first black American to hold the Attorney General’s office in California. The Black American lady is also presiding on the Budget and Homeland Securities.