So far, President-elect Donald Trump has nominated three women to join his Cabinet. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has been nominated to serve as ambassador to the United Nations. Haley is South Carolina's first female governor, as well as its first minority governor. She is the daughter of Indian immigrants. Betsy DeVos, Trump's second female appointment to his Cabinet, has been nominated to serve as his secretary of education. DeVos is the wife of Amway heir and billionaire Dick DeVos. She and her husband are noted for their advocacy of using public funds to support religious and other private schools in their home state of Michigan. And Elaine Chao, formerly secretary of labor under President George W. Bush and first Asian-American to serve in a Cabinet position, has been nominated by Trump to be his transportation secretary.