Regarding Ashley's admiration for her brothers, Jill added, "It was very important to Ashley to carry on Beau's legacy—the reforms in criminal justice, his work with children. Former Vice-President Joe Biden's daughter, Ashley Biden is stepping down from her role at the Delaware Center for Justice. She was a social worker with the Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families for 15 years before joining the Center For Justice in 2012. Hunter, too, set an example with the work he was/is doing. The News Journal of Wilmington reports the vice president’s daughter will join the non-profit Jan. 3. Although Hunter is successful in his own right, Ashley is the one who is making moves these days. In 2012, Ashley joined the Delaware Center for Justice, which focuses on criminal justice reform, as associate director before being appointed executive director in 2014. Jill let Beau and Hunter pick out their baby sister's name, explaining in her memoir, Where the Light Enters, "All throughout my pregnancy, I had said to Beau and Hunt, 'This is your baby.'" She seemingly took this sentiment to heart because, along with her social work, the youngest Biden created Livelihood in 2017, a charitable clothing brand that's "socially and ethically conscious." Copyright © 2020 WPVI-TV. Joe had three children — Beau Biden in 1969, Hunter Biden in 1970, and Naomi "Amy" Biden in 1971 — with his first wife Neilia Hunter Biden, and his fourth child, Ashley Biden, with his second wife, Dr. Jill Biden, per The Associated Press. Morning Edition is the most listened-to news radio program in the country. All rights reserved, all the controversy surrounding his personal and professional life. Ashley Biden, the daughter of Vice President Joe Biden, is joining the Delaware Center for Justice as associate executive director. A social worker, Ashley Biden has worked for Delaware’s Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families since 2007. The Tulane University graduate also started her own business that's still very much in alignment with her father's charitable legacy, proving that she's committed to helping others. WHYY connects you to your community and the world by delivering reliable information and worthwhile entertainment. He would treat the CEO of DuPont the same way he would treat a custodial worker at a hotel," Ashley recalled to Delaware Today in 2018. Wherever they went, she wanted to go, and they took her.". Unlike her two older brothers, Ashley Biden doesn’t have her own Wikipedia page. He also spoke of a time when Ashley and her mother, Jill Biden, visited a women's prison together to "hear their stories unfiltered.". "The thing that always stuck out to me was how Dad treated all people, no matter of their circumstances, the same. Joe announced his 2020 candidacy for president on April 25, 2019, and in June 2020, he met the 1,991-delegate threshold needed to secure the party’s nomination. The Wilmington-based group works with crime victims, prisoners and people returning from prison. As the youngest Biden in the family, Ashley Biden had a lot of people to look up to and learn from. When she's not supporting Joe's presidential campaign, Ashley is out changing the world in her own way. Former Vice-President Joe Biden's daughter, Ashley Biden is stepping down from her role at the Delaware Center for Justice. Former Vice President Joe Biden shared with Delaware Today, "She stands up for her people and wants others to see what she is seeing, first-hand, rather than solely from her." And, she always looked up to them. All Rights Reserved. Protesters march through Center City following grand jury decision in Breonna Taylor case, 1 officer indicted in Breonna Taylor case; not for her death, Menendez proposes 9/11-style commission on COVID response. In fact, it was her brothers, Hunter and Beau Biden, who were two of her biggest inspirations. In a 2018 interview with Delaware Today, their mother Jill Biden said, "From the minute she was born her brothers looked after her. © 2020 Breonna Taylor case: Protest held in Philly after grand jury ruling, At least 2 Louisville officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests: Police, Washington Twp HS delays start of hybrid learning again, Wolf expected to veto bill that would relax bar restrictions, NJ man accused of beating woman to death with baseball bat, Breonna Taylor case: Former local law enforcement officials give perspective on ruling, Jalen Reagor heading to IR with thumb injury, source says, 29-pound cat 'Lasagna' needs a family to help her slim down, Man punches teen with special needs in face at Walmart: Police, Community police officer feeds neighborhood, Hit-and-run crash injures South Philadelphia bicyclist.