Ambassador Caroline Kennedy is an attorney and the editor of nine New York Times best-selling books on constitutional law, American history, politics and poetry.
On October 16, 2013, the United States Senate confirmed Caroline Kennedy to be the United States Ambassador to Japan.
She is Honorary President of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and a member of the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award Committee. A graduate of Harvard University and Columbia Law School, she is also Honorary Chair of the Senior Advisory Committee of the Institute of Politics at Harvard University.
From 2002 – 2011, she was Vice Chair of the Fund for Public Schools, which raised over $280 million to support public school reform and engaged a record number of New Yorkers to volunteer in New York City schools.
Ms. Kennedy is married to Edwin Arthur Schlossberg, president of Edwin Schlossberg Inc., a multi-disciplinary design company that specializes in interactive exhibit design and museum master-planning. They have three children.