Jewell, only the second woman to helm the Interior Department, is a petroleum engineer-turned-banker-turned-CEO.
Oct. 29, 2013 Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, center, speaks to National Park Service personnel at Belle Haven Marina after a press conference on the Hurricane Sandy Coastal Resilency Competitive Grant Program in Alexandria. Unlike predecessors Ken Salazar, Dirk Kempthorne, Gale Norton and Bruce Babbitt, Jewell is not a Western politician. She has never held elective office and says she is not interested in running for such a position. Matt McClain/The Washington Post Buy Photo