Condoleezza Rice Husaband Photo. Born on November 14, 1954, Condoleezza Rice is an American diplomat and political scientist who currently serves as the director of Stanford University’s Hoover Institute.
Susan Rice, a member of the Republican Party, formerly served as the 66th U.S. secretary of state from 2005 to 2009 and the 19th U.S. national security advisor from 2001 to 2005.
Rice was born and reared in Birmingham, Alabama. He is the only child of John Wesley Rice, Jr., a Presbyterian minister who also serves as a high school guidance counselor and the dean of students at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Condoleezza Rice has never been married and has no children. In the 1970s, She dated and was briefly engaged to Dick Upchurch, a professional American footballer but she broke up with him because she “…thought the relationship wasn’t going to work”, according to author Marcus Mabry.
Condoleezza Rice Education Background
Condoleezza At the age of three started taking lessons in ballet, figure skating, piano, and French. She enrolled in piano lessons at the age of fifteen with the intention of becoming a concert pianist.
Rice still practices frequently and performs with a chamber music ensemble even though she eventually did not pursue a career as a professional pianist.
She graduated at age 16 in 1971 from Cherry Hills Village, Colorado’s St. Mary’s Academy, a Catholic girls high school. At Denver University, where her father was an assistant dean, she enrolled alone.
She received her degree in political science from Denver University, where she studied political science. She was 19 years old when she joined the Phi Beta Kappa Society in 1974.