Susan McDougal - Life Since The Clinton Presidency

Life Since The Clinton Presidency

Following prison, McDougal became an advocate for prison reform. One of her brothers, Jim Henley, ran as a Democrat in the 2006 election for Texas's 7th congressional district but lost to incumbent Congressmember John Culberson; he was elected to the Harris County Department of Education Position Seven At-Large in late 2008. Another brother, Bill "Friendly" Henley, served a term in the Arkansas State Senate. Susan made an appearance and a speech at the announcement of his candidacy. At a December 5, 2011 Chanukah Special, taped at the Clinton library in Little Rock McDougal told her story and promoted her book, "The Woman Who Wouldn't Talk". McDougal is currently serving as a chaplain of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences UAMS in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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