Kamala Harris is heading to The White House and is set to make history in the process when she becomes the first woman and person of color to serve as Vice President of the United States.
But before the January 20 inauguration, the 56-year-old glows on the double cover of Vogue Magazine‘s February issue.
Head below to see her second cover and a quote about her outlook as she heads into office.
Speaking to Vogue, Harris said:
“We can agree that we have more in common than what separates us,” she says. “And agree that it’s not in the best interest of who we are as a nation to have any one group suffer for who they are.”