Oprah’s Legacy – The Ambassadors’ Daughter

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Oprah’s Legacy – The Ambassadors’ Daughter

Oprah Winfrey has made an enormous impact on America and its inhabitants. As you will discover below, she is not your average red-blooded American woman.

Born to Southern families in the middle of the South, Olivia Davis and her family moved a lot. Her mother was the head of a sales company, which allowed her to attend college. Throughout college, Olivia Davis continued to work for the people who “ran” her company, selling shoes and clothes. But at some point in her life, something changed and she started to seriously consider a more ambitious career.

One day, as she was walking home from work, she was approached by an attractive man who wanted to buy a book she had left for him in the store. Olivia Davis decided to leave the book with him. The next day, he came back with a book from the library and asked if she wanted to join him. Olivia Davis chose to join him and spent three weeks traveling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, learning Spanish and reading books, working with the people who ran the country.

After her visit to Buenos Aires, she returned to the U.S. and changed her name to Alexandra “Oprah” Davis. For the next three years, she spent every spare moment traveling. She visited places like Cuba, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica, where her hosts took her in and worked with her to teach her the language and how to become part of the country.

When Oprah came back from her travels, she left a career that she was not very happy with and began a new life. After experiencing her first experience in the United States, she wanted to make the country a better place. She began working with Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, working with Congresswoman Louise Slaughter, and traveling around the country to promote better education for all. She did this as the official “ambassador for women’s issues” for the Clinton Foundation.

Now Olivia Davis, while still married to an Italian ex-communist, still follows a lifestyle that she has been living for a very long time. She owns a home in New York City, a home in Australia, and now resides in a rental home in Washington D.C. She still travels around the world as she did in her youth, advocating change through her organization and her book; Making It in America.

She is no longer a bit part of America’s cultural landscape. She is now the most talked about person in the world. You can find Oprah Winfrey’s book and her foundation online.

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