Kayleigh McEnany's success story

Kayleigh McEnany is the one name that has emerged in 2020 and people just can’t stop talking about her.

Sharp, successful, charming and religious, Kayleigh McEnany is Trump administrations press secretary and the youngest ever.

At the age of 32 her meteoric career graph and achievements are a success story, it is inspiring because she has made many tough decisions at critical points in her career.

One of the media personalities who had Ideological differences with Kayleigh has said, People keep taking her lightly, and they keep regretting it, we will find out which organization he belonged to.

She is part of an administration and she has love and hate in its own proportion, but we just want to run through her life and career quickly without getting into politics.

Here is all you need to know about Kayleigh McEnany

She comes from a wealthy family

Kayleigh was born in tampa florida to wealthy parents. Michael and Leanne McEnany owned a lucurative commercial roofing company which employes more than 140 people.

She went to a private Catholic school

McEnany was educated at the elite Academy of Holy Names, a private Catholic school in Tampa though she was a protestant so was heavily involved in debate clubs.

She majored in politics at Georgetown University

After leaving school Kayleigh moved to Washington DC where she attended the well respected Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. During her time she studied abroad at St Edmund Hall, Oxford.

As a college student, McEnany interned for several politicians, including Tom Gallagher, Adam Putnam, and even George W. Bush.

She went to work as a producer at Mike Huckabee Show

After graduating from Georgetown, McEnany found a spot in the media spending three years as a producer on the Mike Huckabee Show, now holding the same position as was held by Huckabee’s daughter Sarah Sanders.

She wanted to be on-air so went to Harvard Law School to further her education

As an ambitious individual McEnany wanted more so enrolled at the University of Miami School of Law, before transferring to Harvard Law School.

Huckabee said that;

"one of the reasons McEnany went on to law school was because she didn't see she was going to have an on-air opportunity at Fox anytime soon."