Kamala Harris Age
Kamala Harris was Born on October 20, 1964, in Oakland, California, United States (at the age of 57). Kamala Harris’s full name is Kamala Harris. Kamala Devi Harris is the 49th Vice President of the United States in President Joe Biden’s Democratic administration. She was the first African-American and the first woman to occupy the position. She formerly served in the United States Senate and as California’s Attorney General.
Kamala Harris father, a Jamaican professor at Stanford University, was a cancer researcher, as was her mother, the daughter of an Indian ambassador. Maya, her younger sister, went on to work as a public policy advocate. Kamala obtained a law degree from Hastings College in 1989 after studying political science and economics at Howard University (B.A., 1986).
Kamala Harris went on to work as a deputy district attorney in Oakland from 1990 to 1998, where she earned a reputation for severity in prosecuting gang violence, drug trafficking, and sexual abuse cases. Kamala Harris worked his way up the ranks, eventually becoming the district attorney in 2004. She was elected Attorney General of California by a razor-thin margin of less than 1% in 2010, making her the first female and African American to hold the position.
Harris published Smart on Crime: A Career Prosecutor’s Plan to Make Us Safer in 2009, in which she examined prospective criminal justice reforms. In 2018, she published two books: The Truths We Hold: An American Journey and Superheroes Are Everywhere, a picture book.
Vice President Harris obtained a $20 billion settlement for Californians whose homes were foreclosed on, as well as a $1.1 billion settlement for students and veterans who were exploited by a for-profit education corporation while serving as Attorney General. She was a national leader in the movement for marriage equality, defending the Affordable Care Act in court and enforcing environmental laws.