As a member of the well respected Cabinet, you must also make sure that you look your best in every meeting or special event. It may sound superficial but your looks will also gain you respect and admiration from the people that you govern. Although it’s true that if you are a public servant and you mustn’t spend too much on your image because it might cause some issues to surface, you still have to look presentable and be well dressed for photographs and interviews.
There are 15 members of the cabinet and among them are 3 intelligent and respected women who can still carry themselves well in functions and global meetings. These women always look neat and their make-up look like they’ve paid a professional to do it. Every time you see them on TV or the newspaper, they look stunning like they must have gone to a beauty school to learn how to fix their make-up. If you’ve seen these cabinet members on the news, you’ll know what I’m talking about. It’s a good way to take cue from these powerful women and maybe consider searching for the best beauty schools to learn how to look your best, or better yet, make beauty your career.
Sally Jewell / Department of the Interior
Born on February 21, 1956, Sarah Margaret Roffey Jewell was first a businesswoman before becoming the 51st U.S. Secretary of Interior in President Barack Obama’s administration. Sally is a British born American and is the second woman to hold the Secretary of Interior position—Gale Norton was the first. Sally has a lot of background experience being a Seattle based retailer for outdoor gear and graduating with an engineer major as well as working for oil and banking companies. She definitely has the brains as well as the beauty to be one of the best looking cabinet members today.
Penny Pritzker / Department of Commerce
Penny was born in a Jewish family in 1959 and is the daughter of Donald and Sue Pritzker. Her father, Donald, is one of the co-founders of the famous Hyatt hotel that is one of the most popular and luxurious chain of hotels today. That being said, Penny is part of a very influential business family in Chicago. She went to Castilleja School for her primary school years and attended Harvard College studying A.B. Economics. She also finished an MBA and JD in Stanford University for her grad school.
Sylvia Matthews / Secretary of Health and Human Services
Sylvia Mary Mathews Burwell (born June 23, 1965) is an American politician who has been the 22nd United States Secretary of Health and Human Services since 2014. Previously she was the Director of the White House Office of Management and Budget from 2013 to 2014.
Born June 23 1965, Sylvia Matthews is an American politician she is the 22nd person to occupy this position in the cabinet. She was previously appointed as the Director of the Office of Management and Budget in the White house. Her background also includes being the president of the Walmart Foundation from January 2012 and she was also the previous president of Bill Gates’ Global Development Program. During her lead in this program, she focused on dealing with world poverty with the use of agricultural development, financial services and libraries.