Nancy Reagan (born Anne Frances Robbins) is the widow of former United States President
Ronald Reagan and served as an influential First Lady of the United States from 1981
As Nancy Davis, she was an actress in Hollywood in the 1940s and 1950s. In 1952 she
married Ronald Reagan, who was then president of the Screen Actors Guild.
Nancy restored a Kennedy-esque glamour to the White House following years of lax
formality, and her interest in high-end fashion garnered much attention, as well
as criticism. She championed recreational drug prevention causes by founding the
"Just Say No" drug awareness campaign, which was considered her major initiative
as first lady.