Karen Pence

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Karen Sue Pence (January 1, 1957 –) is an American educator, teacher, painter, and the Second Lady of the United States.


  • It’s really a home. It’s not like the White House because there aren’t tours of the vice president’s residence. You don’t really go there unless someone invites you to go there. It’s really a warm kind of home. It’s like a Victorian home. It has a wrap-around porch. You can sit out on the porch and feel like you have some privacy. We’re pretty private and we’ve been living on Meridian Street where it’s right there. So I think we’re kind of looking forward to having a little bit of privacy there, or as much as you can get with cameras all around.
  • One of the things near and dear to me is art therapy. Even as an art teacher and someone very involved in the arts, I never knew what art therapy even was. These men and women go to graduate school and they actually are therapists that use art, especially at Riley, they’re making such a difference, so I’m looking forward to that.

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