Biography

Jenna Bush is George W. Bush’s daughter, known for her work in writing. After the birth of Jenna and her twin sister Barbara George W. Bush became the first US president with twin children. Jenna completed her graduation in 2004 and participated in different campaigns. By profession, she is a teacher, author and a journalist, known for her work and family background. She worked with NBC for Today Show as a contributor and later got promoted as an anchor.

Jenna got engaged in 1978 to Henry Chase Hager and she got married in 2008. The couple is the parents of two daughters; Mila and Poppie Hager. Jenna and her sister Barbara got arrested for alcohol related issues, which tarnished the name of the Bush family but somehow, the family managed and came over it. The author completed her primary education from Preston Hollow Elementary School and high school education from Austin High School.

Personal Life

Jenna’s personal life has been great with the best childhood and a great married life. Born as the granddaughter of George H. W. Bush, her first step into the world was royal, ensuring her a great future but that did not let her to live freely. She is one of the hard working girls who worked as a teacher with Elsie Whitlow Stokes Community Freedom Public Charter School. Presently, she is working as reading coordinator at the SEED Public Charter School in Baltimore, Maryland.

She is involved in charity as well. Jenna has written two books with the second book titled as “Read All About It!”. She got married on 10th May 2008 with an MBA degree holder, Henry Chase Hager. Henry is a son of John H. Hager, who also belongs to a family with political background. The couple before their marriage attended the White House dinner in 2005. The couple has two daughters.

Career

Jenna Bush started her career in 2006 as a teacher at Elsie Whitlow Stokes Community Freedom Public Charter School, there she worked for 18 months and took a break for internship. She was the part of UNICEF's Educational Policy Department and thus, Jenna had to work at shelter for the internship and after completing the internship. The young ‘career oriented’ girl returned to her previous job of teaching, which means that she has a lot of interest in education and educating others.

Jenna Bush has a lot of experience working with UNICEF and other charities and according to her, the experience has made her a better person. she has written a book with title “Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope”. This book also included her experiences and her profit share went to UNICEF. During her career, she also wrote another book with the motive to motivate children to read. During this journey, her mother assisted her for this book. Jenna was hired by NBC as a contributor and later promoted to be an anchor. The young girl got a lot of appreciation for her efforts and Southern Living magazine appreciated her with a title “editor-at-large”.