In August 2012, The New York Times reported that both Gores were dating other people and have no plans to resume marriage, but that their "bond endures" and their relationship is friendly.
"The couple reunites a few times a year, most recently in June, for summer family vacations and Christmases in the Gore family seat of Carthage, Tennessee," the newspaper reported.
She served as Special Advisor to the Interagency Council on the Homeless and as the national spokesperson for the "Back to Sleep" SIDS awareness campaign.
In 1994, Gore visited a refugee camp and an orphanage in Zaire on a personal trip to provide aid in the aftermath of the Rwandan Genocide.
Her name is Elizabeth Keadle, a Democratic donor in her 50s from Southern California who has a background in science and a devotion to environmental causes.
Keadle accompanied Gore, 64, on a trip to Antarctica in January to raise awareness of climate change. Although it is unclear when the two began dating, sources close to Gore say she was not a factor in his split from Tipper.
“At some point this goes from being something you can rationalize away to something that becomes political cancer.