She isn’t paid for the work she does, and her job isn’t mentioned in the Constitution, but the First Lady is an instrumental part of each Presidential Administration. Over the years, each First Lady has left her own unique touch on the White House. Eleanor Roosevelt, probably the most famous First Lady yet, took on civic and social issues around the country and the globe. Jackie Kennedy redesigned the White House, bringing period furnishings into the home. Rosalynn Carter sat in on cabinet meetings and advised her husband, The President, regularly. As the world, and the White House, continues to evolve, who knows what is in store for the future First Lady… or the First Spouse!