|Birthname||Marie Jana Korbelová|
|born on||15 May 1937|
|Place||Prague, Czech Republic, 50n05, 14e26|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||24°11' or|
Czech-American political scientist and government employee, the first woman named as Secretary of State, December 1996.
Albright was the daughter of a diplomat. Her family was driven from Prague twice, first by Stalin then by Hitler; her grandparents were among some 77,000 Czech Jews killed by the Holocaust.
She first arrived in the U.S. on 11/11/1948. During her first 18 years, her family moved at least once a year, from Belgrade where her dad served as a diplomat, to a damp basement in London to a series of modest bungalows in Denver. By 1955, just seven years after her arrival in the U.S., Madeleine won a scholarship to Wellesley. Four days after graduation, she married Joseph Albright, 6/11/1959.
She brought up their three daughters, worked as a political volunteer and served on innumerable boards, in addition to spending eight years working for her Ph.D. On the morning of 1/13/1982, her husband of 23 years announced that he was in love with another woman. It was a huge turning point. She was on her own, and able to develop as a woman and as a world server.
- Relationship : End significant relationship 13 January 1982 (Husband announced the end)
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Date from Who's Who, time unknown
(Eve Gaeta quotes McEvoy for 7:00 PM MET over the Internet in 2/2000: Frances McEvoy says she saw that in a magazine some years back; no source)
- Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (One, 23 years)
- Family : Parenting : Kids 1-3 (Three daughters)
- Vocation : Politics : Public office (Secretary of State)