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Elizabeth Warren Net Worth

Elizabeth Warren Net Worth: Elizabeth Ann Warren is an American academic and politician. She is currently involved in the Democratic Party and has taught in many reputed schools like Harvard Law School. As of 2016, Warren has an estimated net worth of $14.5 million.

Warren was born on June 22, 1949, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Her family faced many different setbacks when she was young. Her father suffered a heart attack when she was only 12 years old and it was hard for her mother to make ends meet. Maybe it was because of these reasons why she focused very hard on her studies and was also a very good debater as a member of the debate team at Northwest Classen High School. After winning many competitions on debating, she went on to continue her studies at the University of Houston. She was a very good student and graduated with a bachelor of science degree.

She spent some time on settling down and then she decided to further expand her knowledge by going on to study at the Rutgers School of Law–Newark. Most of her focus was on law and she would go on to devote large portions of her later life to teaching in many reputed schools about it. At the same time, she was different to other lectures as she did not limit herself only to her field of study but continuously worked on learning and researching about the many underlying problems that the country was facing as well as about the future potential in the country. During her career, some of the institutions that she worked for were Rutgers School of Law–Newark, University of Houston Law Center, University of Texas School of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School, and the reputed Harvard Law School in 1992.

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Elizabeth Warren Net Worth in years

Elizabeth Warren Net Worth in 2012 $6.5 million
Elizabeth Warren Net Worth in 2013 $9 million
Elizabeth Warren Net Worth in 2014 $11 million
Elizabeth Warren Net Worth in 2015 $12.5 million
Elizabeth Warren Net Worth in 2016 $14.5 million

 

As she got wiser and wiser, she looked to be a complete person by her portfolio. This was noticed at higher levels as well and she went on to be an advisor to the National Bankruptcy Review Commission where she specialized in. Thereafter she spent more years working on building drafts of rules and work very hard in the specific field of bankruptcy. She went on to be the member of the National Bankruptcy Conference and the FDIC Advisory Committee on Economic Inclusion.

The Bostonian of the Year winner has also been named in Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list for three times as an intellectual. Her net worth has increased largely in recent years and she had even received great support for the 2016 presidential elections even though she couldn’t make it till the end. She is also going to run again for US Senator from Massachusetts. She is the type of character who has done deep research on a wide array of topics and is not afraid to tell her strong opinions about topics circulating politics. She has also received great exposure as she frequently appears on many television programs including shows like The Daily Show. In 2014, she also released the book called A Fighting Chance.

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