Michelle Obama scheduled to take part in public 'conversation'
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Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Trump takes on CDC over schools Budowsky: Biden-Duckworth would be America's team Democrats debate Biden effort to expand map against Trump MORE is scheduled to speak later this month at an architecture conference in Orlando, Fla.

On April 27, the former first lady will sit for a "conversation" at an event by the American Institute of Architects, The Washington Examiner reported.

"Over the last eight years while in the White House, former First Lady Michelle Obama has worked tirelessly to champion a number of important initiatives designed to make our world a better place," says the webpage highlighting Obama as a speaker.


The page says the former first lady transformed the position and became a "role model, champion, and inspiration for women, families, and young people across America and around the world."

It highlighted four of Obama's initiatives, including Let's Move!, which is part of an effort to address childhood obesity, and Let Girls Learn, which is aimed toward helping girls around the world to go to school.

The page does not offer additional details about the event.

Former President Obama and Michelle Obama have both reportedly signed book deals with the publisher Penguin Random House. No details have yet been disclosed on the titles and publication dates for the couple's latest books.