Who is this shit bag!?!?!?Janna Ryan is the wife of U.S. Congressman and former Republican vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan.
Janna Ryan, born Janna Christine Little, came from a small town in Oklahoma, but went on to become a well-known lobbyist in Washington, D.C. Upon graduating from the prestigious Wellesley College, Ryan attended George Washington University, where she earned her law degree. She remained in Washington, D.C., for about a decade, working as a congressional aide and then as a corporate lobbyist, representing some of the biggest names in the drug, cigar and oil industries. Ryan met her husband, Paul Ryan, at her 30th birthday party. They married soon after, relocated to his hometown of Janesville, Wisconsin, and had three children. Ryan, a tax specialist, is now a stay-at-home mother.
Janna Ryan, the wife of Republican Congressman and former vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan, was born Janna Christine Little in 1969, and was raised by a wealthy and well-connected family. Janna and her two younger sisters grew up in Madill, Oklahoma, with parents Dan and Prudence Little, who both worked as attorneys.
Following in her mother's footsteps, Ryan attended the prestigious women's college Wellesley and then earned her law degree from George Washington University. While in law school, Ryan worked as a congressional aide on Capitol Hill.
Professional Career and Married Life
Upon finishing her schooling, Ryan, who is a tax specialist, lived in Washington, D.C., for about a decade. She continued to work as a congressional aide for some time and then as a corporate lobbyist, representing some of the biggest names in a range of industries. Among her corporate clients were Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, Marathon Oil, the United Parcel Service and the Cigar Association of America.
In a period of about three years, Ryan's 20 corporate clients paid more than $2.7 million in lobbying fees to her two employers, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Williams & Jensen, according to an August 2012 Huffington