• Elizabeth Ann Herring, born in 1949 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA, is an academic and politician, serving as the senior US Senator from Massachusetts since 2013.
• Net worth of $8.75 million, mostly earned through a successful career in politics and academe.
• Raised in Oklahoma, she won a high school debate championship and enrolled at George Washington University, which led to a debate scholarship.
• Became a professor of law at several universities, and has published more than 10 books.
• Announced her intention to run for a second term as US Senator from Massachusetts in 2017.
Known for movies
|Date Of Birth||June 22, 1949|
|Spouse||Bruce Mann (m. 1980), Jim Warren (m. 1968–1978)|
|Fact||Became the first woman senator from Massachusetts.|
- 1 Who is Elizabeth Warren?
- 2 The Wealth of Elizabeth Warren
- 3 Early Life and Education
- 4 Academic Career and Political Beginnings
- 5 US Senate Career
- 6 Second Election and Other Work
- 7 General Info
- 8 Family
- 9 Accomplishments
- 10 Social profile links
- 11 Facts
- 12 Pictures
- 13 Movies
- 14 Awards
Who is Elizabeth Warren?
Elizabeth Ann Herring was born on 22 June 1949, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA, and is an academic and politician, best known for serving as the senior US Senator from Massachusetts, a position she’s held since 2013. Prior to her career in politics, she taught law at several universities.
The Wealth of Elizabeth Warren
How rich is Elizabeth Warren? As of mid-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $8.75 million, mostly earned through a successful career in politics and academe. She has also held other positions in government during her time in politics, and as she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
When I was 12, my daddy had a heart attack. All three of my brothers were off in the military, and Daddy was out of work…
However, two years into college, she left school to marry Jim Warren, whom she had first met during high school. The couple moved to Houston, and she then continued her studies by enrolling at the University of Houston, graduating in 1970 with a degree in speech pathology and audiology. She initially began her career by teaching children with disabilities, before the family moved to New Jersey. They had a daughter, and Elizabeth then enrolled at Rutgers University, Newark School of Law, completing her Juris Doctorate in 1976, and passing the bar examination, then initially performed legal services at home. She had another child with Jim, before they divorced in 1978. Two years later, she married law professor Bruce H. Mann, and they remain together, based in Boston, Massachusetts.
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It made no sense for Bruce and me to get a puppy. After all, I’m traveling back and forth to Washington nearly every week, and Bruce has a full-time job. We have no kids at home to help out. And a puppy is a bother – chewing everything, piddling on the floor, crying in the middle of the night. You know what the don’t-do-this list looks like. But Otis, our big, solid golden retriever had gotten me through my first Senate campaign. When all the decisions and demands crowded in, Bruce and I would walk Otis around Fresh Pond. If I really felt aggravated by some Republican attack, I’d brush Otis. And every evening, Bruce, Otis and I would settle on the couch for an hour of television. Otis died of cancer just five days before the 2012 election. And once he was gone, I couldn’t do it again. From time to time, Bruce and I would talk about it, but a new puppy made no sense. The fights in Washington have gotten more intense. The stakes have gotten higher. The losses have mounted up. A few weeks ago, Bruce said, “We’re getting a dog.” I started to recite the list, and Bruce just smiled. “The heart wants what the heart wants.” And now we have Bailey who chews, piddles, and makes my heart happy. Today is our anniversary, and I’m reminded of one more reason I love Bruce: He knows about the things my heart wants. Happy anniversary. I love you, sweetie.
Academic Career and Political Beginnings
Warren continued her career in teaching, now law at several universities mainly on the topic of personal finance and bankruptcy. She later became the Associate Dean for Academy Affairs at the University of Houston Law Center in 1980, and was a visiting associate professor of the University Texas School of Law, and the University of Michigan. Her work in the field of bankruptcy law saw her become one of the most well-known names in the field.
US Senate Career
In 2011 Elizabeth declared her intention to run for the Democratic US Senate nomination in Massachusetts for the 2012 election. She was mainly opposed by Republican Scott Brown who made accusations about her Native American heritage becoming a tool for her advancement in her career, a statement that she rejected. She would win the election with 53.7% votes, becoming the first woman ever elected to the US Senate from Massachusetts, and joining one of the largest US Senate female delegations in history.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) July 8, 2018
During her time in the Senate, she became well known for pressing several banking regulators for leniency when it comes to Wall Street banks. She’s also been critical of numerous high profile executives from Wall Street, because of their making moves without the consent of their customers. She later gained a seat on the Senate Armed Services Committee in 2016, and has been listed as one of the top US progressives by the magazine “New Statesman”, as she also planned to introduce a bill to address President Donald Trump’s conflicts of interest in relation to his business empire. The proposed bill stated that Trump could face impeachment if he fails to declare conflicts of interest between his business interests and his presidential role.
Second Election and Other Work
In 2017, Warren announced her intention to run for a second term as US Senator from Massachusetts. She has published numerous books over the course of her career including “The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Mothers and Fathers Are Going Broke” which she wrote alongside her daughter. She has also published “A Fighting Chance” and “The Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class”. She has written over 10 books over the course of her career.
|Full Name||Elizabeth Warren|
|Date Of Birth||June 22, 1949|
|Profession||Politician, Lawyer, Author, Actor, Educator|
|Education||Rutgers School of Law – Newark, University of Houston, George Washington University, Northwest Classen High School, Rutgers University|
|Spouse||Bruce Mann (m. 1980), Jim Warren (m. 1968–1978)|
|Children||Amelia Warren Tyagi, Alexander Warren|
|Parents||Donald Jones Herring, Pauline Herring|
|Nominations||Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album, Goodreads Choice Awards Best Memoir & Autobiography|
|1||Endorsed Hilary Clinton for the 2016 Presidential election.|
|2||Supports strong financial government regulation and restrictions.|
|3||Is the subject of dozens of articles by Cherokee genealogy site "Thoughts from Polly's Granddaughter" because of her claims to have Cherokee ancestry. They state that they have "done extensive research on her ancestry and on the stories she has told trying to back up her claim. There is absolutely no evidence to suggest she actually had a Cherokee or American Indian ancestor" in one of the numerous articles devoted to Warren.|
|4||Became the first woman senator from Massachusetts.|
|5||Democrat U.S. senator from Massachusetts, 3 January 2013 - present.|
|6||Was the Leo Gottieb Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where she taught contract law, bankruptcy and commercial law. In the wake of the 2008-2009 financial crisis, she was named chair of the Congressional oversight panel created to oversee the U.S. bailout of financial institutions, formally known as the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP).|
|7||In May 2009, she was named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World.|
|8||Graduated from the University of Houston with a B.S. in 1970 and received a J.D. form Rutgers Law--Newark in 1976.|
|9||Current husband, Bruce Mann, is a legal historian and law professor at Harvard Law School.|
|Alpha House||2014||TV Series||Elizabeth Warren|
|To the Edge of the Sky||2016||Documentary special thanks post-production|
|Presidential Reunion||2010||Video short special thanks|
|Heidi Montag Says No to Plastic||2010||Video short special thanks|
|P.O.V.||2008||TV Series documentary special thanks - 1 episode|
|Real Time with Bill Maher||2009-2017||TV Series||Herself - Guest / Herself|
|The Lead with Jake Tapper||2017||TV Series||Herself|
|The View||2014-2017||TV Series||Herself / Herself - Massachusetts Senator|
|The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||2017||TV Series||Herself|
|Today||2012-2017||TV Series||Herself - Guest / Herself - Senator Elect, Massachusetts|
|CBS News Sunday Morning||2017||TV Series||Herself|
|The Daily Show||2009-2017||TV Series||Herself|
|President Trump: The Inauguration - ITV News Special||2017||TV Special||Herself|
|Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|Hamilton's America||2016||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|America's Election HQ||2016||TV Series||Herself - Speaker|
|The Late Show with Stephen Colbert||2015-2016||TV Series||Herself|
|CBS This Morning||2012-2015||TV Series||Herself / Herself - Guest|
|Conan||2015||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Politics Nation with Al Sharpton||2014-2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Late Night with Seth Meyers||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Moyers & Company||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Late Show with David Letterman||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Tavis Smiley||2011-2014||TV Series||Herself / Herself - Guest|
|The Colbert Report||2010-2014||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Face the Nation||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Charlie Rose||2009-2014||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|The War Room with Michael Shure||2012||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Heist: Who Stole the American Dream?||2011||Documentary||Herself|
|Frontline||2009||TV Series documentary||Herself - Harvard Law School / Herself - Chair, Congressional Oversight Panel|
|Capitalism: A Love Story||2009||Documentary||Herself|
|Dateline NBC||2009||TV Series documentary||Herself - Professor, Harvard Law School|
|The Trials of Law School||2007||Documentary||Herself|
|U R Pre-Approved||2007||Documentary||Herself|
|60 Minutes||2006||TV Series documentary||Herself - Professor of Bankruptcy Law, Harvard Law School (segment "Sallie Mae")|
|The Al Franken Show||2005||TV Series||Herself|
|Now||2004-2005||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Democracy Now!||2010-2017||TV Series||Herself|
|The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||2016-2017||TV Series||Herself - Ben Carson Confirmation Hearing / Herself - Voting PSA / Herself - Convention Speech|
|Late Night with Seth Meyers||2016||TV Series||Herself - House Sit-In / Herself - Senate Hearing|
|Media Buzz||2015||TV Series||Herself - Massachusetts Senator|
|2015||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Best Spoken Word Album||For the album "A Fighting Chance."|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia