This title in the new Who HQ format, shorter and written for younger elementary readers, tells the inspiring story of Vice President Kamala Harris. On November 7, 2020, she became the first woman, the first African-American, and the first South Asian-American to be elected to the vice presidency. Growing up in Oakland, California and raised by a single mother who stressed the importance of education, Kamala faced unexpected turns and obstacles in her path to this achievement. She failed her first bar exam but tried again and became a lawyer. She quickly rose through the ranks, serving as a district attorney in San Francisco, the Attorney General of California, and then as a senator from that state. Her promise that she may be the first but won’t be the last is an inspiration to girls everywhere. The perfect biography to encourage readers of all ages to follow their dreams.