Elizabeth Warren is an American politician and author who is famous for serving as a senior senator representing Massachusetts in the United States. Let’s find out how much is Elizabeth Warren’s net worth in 2018.
Elizabeth Warren Early Life
Elizabeth was born in 1949, 22nd June. She was born in the United States at Oklahoma City. She was raised in a family of the late Pauline and Donald Jones Herring. Elizabeth was among the four children of Pauline and Donald. At first, she lived in Norman up to the age of eleven years old when her family migrated to Oklahoma City.
Elizabeth’s cake became sour when her father had a heart attack when she was twelve. During this period she worked as a salesperson at Montgomery Ward. Due to her father’s heart attack, the family incurred many medical bills and even the pay cut as her father could not work efficiently as before. Adding an insult to an injury; the loan issuer took the family car for failing to pay back. Her mother was left as the only breadwinner. Pauline was employed in the catalog order division at Sears. When Warren was thirteen, she worked as a waitress at her aunt’s food business.
Elizabeth attended Northwest Classen High School for her higher education. After completion of school, he went to George Washington University. Hardly had she completed her education when she left the school to get married to her lover Jim Warren. Their relationship had started in high school. The two moved to Houston where the husband was an employee of IBM as a subcontractor to NASA. Elizabeth then attended the University of Houston where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in speech pathology and audiology in 1970.
Warren had a big vision and to reach where she is to date; she added her education at the Rutgers University in the Newark School of law. Jim Warren and Elizabeth divorced in 1978. In 1980, Warren got her second husband named Bruce H Mann who was a professor specialized in law studies.
Elizabeth Warren Career, Awards & Achievement
After graduation from the University of George Washington, Warren taught the children with various disabilities in public schools. Between 1970 and 1990, Warren was a professor at different universities subsequently working on issues regarding bankruptcy and personal finance of ordinary citizens. Her teaching career started at Rutgers University then Houston where she taught law.
Later she went to teach University of Texas School of law for part-time business. She was later given full-time duties after two years. She has also taught the University of Michigan. She emphasized mostly on bankruptcy law. Warren started teaching at University of Pennsylvania law school in 1987. In addition to that, she has taught for one year at Harvard University.
Warren has received several roles in advisory commissions including the National Bankruptcy Review Commission among others. She has been featured in several documentaries films like Maxed out. She has also been on several Television shows and Radio programs. She has received several roles in the house of the Senate.
Awards & Achievements
Elizabeth Warren was named by the Boston Globe as the Bostonian of the year in 2009. She also won the Lelia J. Robinson award organized by Women’s bar association of Massachusetts. She is the first professor in Harvard University history to have won The Sacks Freund Teaching Award twice.
Net Worth of Elizabeth Warren
Elizabeth Warren has an estimated Net worth of $10 million. Her career as an attorney has played a great role in gathering the net worth. Working as a professor in several universities no doubt has also earned her a lot. Her political career also is not exceptional to amass the big net worth of Warren.
Elizabeth Warren started humbly after her University education by teaching children with disabilities in public schools for a passion where she was just a teacher. She was rewarded with future excellence in life and rising to celebrities in the United States as well as the whole world.