Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first Black woman on Supreme Court

Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first Black woman on Supreme Court

Ketanji Brown Jackson has been confirmed as the first Black woman to sit on the supreme court.

Judge Jackson is the 116th justice to serve on the top US court.

Judge Jackson was confirmed on a 53-to-47 vote.

Judge Jackson has two degrees from Harvard University and is now in line to replace Justice Stephen G Breyer.

Three Republican Senators crossed party lines to vote to confirm Judge Jackson.

Jackson was nominated to become the new vice-chair of the US Sentencing Commission by President Barack Obama in 2009.

In 2022, President Biden announced Jackson as his nominee for the Supreme Court.

Ketanji Brown Jackson is an American attorney and jurist who has a combined net worth of $1.5 million with her husband.

As a Federal judge, her base salary in a year will be around $230,000.