Hillary Clinton has a long list of accomplishments including: served as First Lady, served as U.S. Senator, served as Secretary of State, was an avid supporter of the Foster Care Independence Bill and championed the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997. Furthermore, Mrs. Clinton played crucial roles in the State Children's Health Insurance Program, research funding within NIH, research on the Gulf War Syndrome and also set up the Office on Violence Against Women.
Hillary Clinton was the first lady who had an office within the West Wing with all of the President's other close advisors. She was considered by many to be the most politically advanced of all the women to enter the White House up to that point in time.