Chelsea Clinton was the daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton and was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1980, the same year her father was serving as the state's youngest elected governor. Her father was defeated the following year, forcing the family to return to a quiet life as private residents for a couple of years, but was quickly reelected as Arkansas's governor in 1983 - a position he would hold until 1992. Chelsea lived a relatively normal childhood in the Arkansas, and proved to be a standout student. Her quiet life in Arkansas would forever be upended however when in 1992 Bill Clinton was elected as the 42nd President of the United State. The Clinton Family moved into the White House in January of 1993, and seeing as Chelsea was still a very young teenage girl, asked the press to ensure that their daughter was off limits. The press mostly obeyed Chelsea's privacy, allowing her to live a relatively normal childhood as the first daughter of the United States. When it came time to enter college, Clinton chose Stanford University in Northern California. She majored in History and received her Bachelor's degree from the University in 2001. Her father had already left office due to term limits, thus allowing Clinton to largely stay out of the public spotlight as she focused on her studies. She continued her post-graduate work at the prestigious Oxford University in England, earning her PhD, and soon embarked on a career as a corporate consultant in New York City. Clinton returned to the political spotlight in 2007, after her mother announced that she would be running for President, and stayed alongside Hillary Clinton day in and day out for the next year and a half. After Barack Obama defeated Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination for President in the summer of 2008, Clinton worked with her father at the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Global Initiative. Eight years later, Clinton campaigned with her mother during Hillary Clinton's second campaign for President in 2016. She also introduced her mother when Hillary Clinton accepted her party's nomination for President at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. 2016 was a historic year for Chelsea Clinton, making her the first person in history to be the child of two major party nominees for President of the United States.