Intergenerational Politics, hosted by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi, is a weekly podcast dedicated to engaging all generations in the political conversations. With vastly different generations being represented and experts from across the country, our episodes will not disappoint. You can find us on any podcast app!
Victor Shi is an incoming freshman at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and graduate of Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois. Victor was elected as the youngest delegate for Vice President Joe Biden in Illinois. Victor has long been active in politics, since junior high school. Previously, he was an intern for Congressman Brad Schneider and is currently working as a full-time organizer for the Joe Biden campaign, a contributor to the Center for Illinois Politics and a fellow for Equal Citizens, a group dedicated to reforming democracy. He was also a competitive figure skater for 10 years.
Jill Wine-Banks was an Assistant Watergate Special Prosecutor
where the press dubbed her the "the mini-skirted lawyer." She was the only woman on the Watergate trial team, the first female General Counsel of the US Army, the first Solicitor General and the first female Deputy Attorney General of Illinois, and the first female Chief Operating Officer at the American Bar Association. She was also a law firm partner. Following her legal career, Jill was an international executive for Motorola and Maytag and the Chief Officer of Career and Technical Education for the Chicago Public Schools. She in now an MSNBC legal analyst and the author of ";The Watergate Girl.” She met Victor while campaigning to be a delegate for Joe Biden.
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