Nikki Haley who is an American Republican politician has served as the Governor of the South Carolina since the year 2011. In addition to her election in 2010 as 116th Governor of the state, she also represented the Lexington County in South Carolina House of Representatives from 2005 till 2011. She is the first woman who served as the Governor of the South Carolina ad at the age of 43, she is the youngest present governor in United States. She was named to Board of Directors of Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce in 1998.
Nikki Haley is the native of Bamberg, South Carolina, United States. She came into this world on 20th January of the year 1972 which has now made her reach at the age of 43. Although she is known by the name Nikki Haley, as a child, she was named as Nimrata Nikki Randhawa by her Indian Sikh family. She is the daughter of Ajit Sing Randhawa and Raj Kaur Randhawa. Her parents emigrated to the Canada after her father received the scholarship offer from University of British Columbia. Her family members also include her two brothers who have been named as Mitti and Charan as well as a sister named as Simran.
She went to get her education from the Orangeburg Preparatory Schools and got graduated from there. After that, she got enrolled at the Clemson University and from there, she got graduated with the Bachelor of Science in the accounting. Later, she began working for the FCR Corporation which is a waste management as well as recycling company. After that,she joined her mother’s business Exotica International which is an upscale clothing firm in the year 1994. Her family business grew to become a multi-million dollar company.
Moving on to her personal life biography, she is a married woman. She is married to her husband named Michael Haley who is an officer in South Carolina Army National Guard. The couple tied their knot with each other on 6th September of the year 1996. Their wedding ceremony was held both in the Methodist church as well as Sikh gurdwara. At present, she identifies herself as a Christian but she also attends Sikh and Methodist services. She also has two children together with her husband whom they have named as Rena and Nalin. Prior to that, she has also received an honorary doctorate in the public service in May of the year 2015 from University of South Carolina.