June 3: Jill Biden, 70
The former second lady of the United States is now first lady, with an agenda of her own that focuses on education, cancer research and support for military families. Biden also made history by keeping her outside paying job as a teacher — the first FLOTUS to do so. As she has said, “Education doesn't just make us smarter. It makes us whole.”
June 5: Suze Orman, 70
This personal finance guru, best-selling author, two-time Emmy winner, and podcaster first found fame on CNBC's The Suze Orman Show, which aired from 2002 to 2015. She's written money stories for AARP, with frank retirement planning advice that includes: Live below your means, use Roth accounts, think about downsizing, and reconsider subsidizing adult children. “I see a lot of you enabling your children to avoid pushing themselves to self-sufficiency,” she wrote last year.