Susan Roosevelt Weld
|Susan Roosevelt Weld|
|First Lady of Massachusetts|
January 3, 1991 – July 29, 1997
|Preceded by||Kitty Dukakis|
|Succeeded by||Jan Cellucci|
|Spouse(s)||William Weld (1975-2002, divorced)|
|Relations||Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. (grandfather)
Theodore Roosevelt (great-grandfather)
Kermit Roosevelt (granduncle)
Quentin Roosevelt (granduncle)
Archibald Roosevelt (granduncle)
Ethel Roosevelt Derby (grandaunt)
Alice Roosevelt Longworth (grandaunt)
Mark Roosevelt (second cousin)
Franklin D. Roosevelt (fifth cousin, three times removed)
Eleanor Roosevelt (first cousin, twice removed)
|Parents||Quentin Roosevelt II
Frances Blanche Webb Roosevelt
|Alma mater||Radcliffe College
Harvard Law School (JD)
Harvard University (PhD)
Susan Roosevelt Weld was formerly a professor at Harvard specializing in ancient Chinese civilization and law. She also was General Counsel to the Congressional-Executive Commission on China. She was the First Lady of Massachusetts from 1991 until 1997.
She is the daughter of Quentin Roosevelt II, and Frances Blanche Webb, and granddaughter of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., great-granddaughter of Theodore Roosevelt. She is the grand-niece of Kermit Roosevelt, Quentin Roosevelt, Archibald Roosevelt, Ethel Roosevelt Derby and Alice Roosevelt Longworth.
Weld is currently an Adjunct Professor and Executive Director of the Law Asia Leadership program at Georgetown University Law School. She serves on the Advisory Council of the US-China Education Trust.
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