Last updated on March 15th, 2017 at 10:20 am

President Donald Trump‘s press secretary Sean Spicer has been presently serving the White House along with being a helping hand to President Donald Trump.

Working along with Kellyanne Conway and Hope Hicks, Sean was also the communications director and chief strategist for the Republican National Committee. His life partner in all of this is Rebecca Miller Spicer.

Early Life

Rebecca Miller Spicer spent her childhood in Nashville, Tennesse. She studied Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of the South along with having another one in Telecommunications from the Indiana University. Rebecca started her career being a high school intern and helping with “Snow Bird” school cancellations at WSMV.

Professional Career

Rebecca currently serves as the communications strategist for NBWA. She is a previous individual from the news media herself.

Before exchanging into political and other advertising, Rebecca Spicer filled in as a maker for a long time at WJLA-TV. The position was situated in the Washington D.C. region.She delivered the 6 p.m. report at WJLA in Washington, D.C., which got the Outstanding Newscast Award from the Associated Press and got an Emmy Award selection for her scoop on September 11, 2001.

Spicer also worked at television stations in Houston, TX; New Haven, CT; and Birmingham, AL; as well as CNN in Atlanta. If reports and sources are to be dug in she has invested 12 years of her life in television news.

Rebecca Spicer worked in the White House as well. She was the partner chief of Communications for the George W. Bramble White House. She worked in that position from 2006 to 2007. Spicer was allowed to create broadcast occasions for the then President George W. Bramble.

Rebecca Miller Spicer Present career

Currently, she works as the Senior Vice President, Communications, and Public Affairs at National Beer Wholesalers Association. She works in an advertising position in the brewing business.

Spicer oversees inside, enrollment and outside interchanges and furthermore creates and executes key advertising systems identified with the affiliation’s support needs. Along with that, she is also on the governing body of the National Council of Adoption.

Personal Life

Spicer was working in TV when she wedded Sean Spicer in 2004. Rebecca Claire Miller and Sean Michael Spicer were married at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Washington. The Rev. Dr. Francis H. Wade, an Episcopal priest, performed the ceremony, in which the Rev. M. John Farrelly, a Roman Catholic priest, took part. The Spicers have two children and currently live in Virginia.Her twitter accounts describe her as the best mom.

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