When President Obama took office in 2009, daughters Malia and Sasha Obama were just 10 and 7 years old, respectively. Though their childhood in the White House has been relatively private, the former First Daughters are now headed back to life in the general public. These two little girls have grown into young women, and people are now speculating as to what life will look like for Sasha and Malia after the White House.
Although her family has moved out of their residence on Pennsylvania Avenue, Sasha and her parents will be sticking around Washington, D.C. until she graduates from the prestigious Sidwell Friends School. Sasha is only a sophomore, and her parents have tried to keep their daughters' transitions as smooth as possible, as President Obama explained during a Milwaukee luncheon in March 2016. "Transferring someone in the middle of high school [is] tough," he said. According to CNN, Obama will be the first president to remain in the nation's capital after his term since Woodrow Wilson in 1921.
No word yet as to Sasha's aspirations after high school, but this former White House resident has proven that hard work is not beneath her. Sasha's resume's humble beginnings include one of her first jobs as a cashier at a seafood restaurant in Martha's Vineyard.