Elizabeth Warren Net Worth: American academic and politician, Elizabeth Warren is also a Senator in US with a net worth of $9 million.
Born on June 22, 1949 in Oklahoma, Elizabeth Warren was good at debated during her high school at Northwest Classen High School where she won the title of best debater in Oklahoma. Having won a debate scholarship at George Washington University, Warren moved to University of Houston and graduated in 1970. Inspired to be a teacher since her childhood, Warren taught law during the 70s, 80s and 90s and researched issues related to middle-class personal finances and bankruptcy.
Having worked in the field of law, Warren became a notable academician and became a part of the National Bankruptcy Review Commission in 1995 where she prepared several drafts and legislation. She also worked as the Vice President of American Law Institute and maintained a high public profile. Warren ran for the United State Senate in 2012 for the Democratic and won against Scott Brown by 53.7% votes. Warren raised $39 million for the election, the highest by any Senator in 2012. The first ever female US Senate from Massachusetts, Warren’s best works for the public should be raising voice to increase the minimum pay to atleast $22 per hour.
Elizabeth Warren said that she has no intentions to run for the presidential elections in 2016 and is supporting Hillary Clinton for the race. With $174,000 in salary, Warren might not be in ranks of the wealthy echelon, but she is doing just fine with her net worth. Her three-storied Victorian home is assessed at $1.9 million while her bank balance shows over $1 million today.
Ranked among the ‘Top 20 US Progressive’ by New Statesman, Elizabeth Warren’s net worth is estimated to be $9 million today.
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Full Name: Elizabeth Ann Warren
Profession: Academician, Politician, Senator (Massachusetts)
Height: 5′ 8″ (1.73 m)
Date of Birth: June 22, 1949
Place of Birth: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Education: University of Houston
Marital status: Married (Bruce Mann)