Sarah Palin grew up in Alaska, hunting, fishing, snowmachining, and playing every sport offered. She’s a graduate of the University of Idaho with a degree in Communications/Journalism.
Palin served as the first woman, and youngest person, elected as Mayor of her city; was city manager; Chair of the Conference of Mayors; Chair of Alaska’s Oil and Gas Commission and co-chaired Resources on the nation’s Interstate Oil and Gas Commission.
Palin made history becoming the first female, and youngest person, elected as Governor of Alaska, and went on to be nominated as America’s first female GOP candidate for Vice President of the United States.
Palin was named as one of the ”Most Influential People in the World” by the Smithsonian; named to Time Magazine’s “Top 100”; is a four-time Best Selling Author, including NYT’s Top Seller “Going Rogue.”
Palin guest hosts and contributes to television shows and documentaries; operates the news website Sarahpalin.com; and travels the country as an Inspirational Speaker.
Palin is still anchored at “home” in Alaska, loving the great outdoors and cherishing her family that includes five kids and a growing brood of grandkids. She and her family commercial fish in Bristol Bay. Her husband, Todd, is the four-time winner of the world’s longest and toughest snowmachine race – the Iron Dog – crossing over 2000 miles of Alaska’s toughest terrain in the dead of winter.
And Sarah Palin loves motorheads.