Kellyanne Conway Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 14 Sep, 2018
Facts of Kellyanne Conway
Date of Birth: 1967 , January-20
Age: 51 years old
Birth Nation: United States of America
Height: 5 feet 5 inch
Name Kellyanne Conway
Birth Name Kellyanne Elizabeth Conway
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Camden, New Jersey
Religion Roman Catholicism
Ethnicity White
Profession Strategist
Working For Republican Party
Net Worth $40 million
Salary $179,700
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Body Measurements 37-26-37
Weight in KG N/A
Married Yes
Married to George T. Conway III (m. 2003)
Children Four; Claudia , George IV, Charlotte and Vanessa
Education George Washington University
Books What Women Really Want: How American Women Are Quietly Erasing Political, Racial, Class, and Religious Lines to Change the Way We Live
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Kellyanne Conway is a Republican campaign manager, pollster, and a strategist. She is the former president and CEO of The Polling Company. She serves as the counselor to the President in the administration of POTUS Donald Trump

She is the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign. Conway is married and has four kids. She is married to George T. Conway III, a Republican since 2001. 

Early Life And Education Of Kellyanne Conway

Kellyanne Conway was born Kellyyanne Elizabeth Fitzpatrick on 20 January 1967, in Hammonton, New Jersey. She spent her entire childhood days in New Jersey. She is American belonging to White-American ethnic background.

CAPTION: Conway's childhood SOURCE: pressofatlanticcity

Conway received her early education from St. Joseph High School. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Trinity College, Washington, D.C., where she earned a B.A. in Political Science. 

Later, Conway studied at the Oxford University and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She earned a law degree from the George Washington University Law Centre. 

Kellyanne Conway's Career

After earning a law degree from the George Washington University Law Centre, Conway clerked for a judge in Washington, D.C. She also spent four years as an adjunct professor at the George Washington University Law Center.

After practicing law, Conway entered the polling business with a firm that worked for Ronald Reagan. Before finding her firm, The Polling Company, she worked for Luntz Research Company.

Conway founded The Polling Company in 1995. She resigned from the company upon taking a post in the White House for President Trump.

Conway has worked with numerous political figures like Jack Kemp, Dan Quayle, Newt Gingrich, Fred Thompson, and Mike Pence. Her firm also includes WomainTrend, a research and consulting division created to better connect corporate America with the female consumer.

In 2016, she initially endorsed Ted Cruz in 2016 Republican presidential primary and chaired a pro-Cruz political action committee entirely funded by businessman Robert Mercer. 

In mid-June 2016, following Cruz's suspension of his campaign, she left the organization.  On July 1, 2016, Donald Trump announced that he hired Conway for a senior advisory position.

CAPTION: President Trump and Conway in November 2016 SOURCE: businessinsider

On August 1, 2016, Conway became the campaign manager for Donald Trump. She is the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign. She is a true supporter of POTUS Trump. 

Conway currently works as a counselor to the President in the administration of POTUS Donald Trump. She would be remaining as a counselor, despite the multiple offers she received for the position of White House Director.

Kellyanne Conway's Net worth, Salary

Kellyanne Conway's net worth is estimated to be $40 million. She has disclosed her assets worth up to $39.3 million with her husband after joining the White House team. Conway is earning an annual salary of $179,700, as per the reports by the Staff Salaries. 

Much of that wealth comes from Kellyanne's political-polling business, which she started in 1995. In September, she finally sold the business, which she had an estimated $1-5 million stake in. She avoided paying hefty taxes thanks to a loophole that applies to executive branch employees.

 A financial disclosure released in April 2017 showed that Kellyanne earned approximately $900,000 in 2016 and estimated that her assets are valued between $11 and $44 million.

Conway bought a huge mansion for $8 million in 2017. The house was built in the 1920s and is located in Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood. 

Kellyanne Conway’s Controversy

In 2016, she allegedly punched a tuxedo-clad man at an exclusive inauguration ball just hours after Donald Trump was sworn in as President. It was not immediately clear what triggered the fight and why she did not return a request for comment.

In February 2017, one national news show Morning Joe on MSNBC, banned her from future appearances because she tried to book herself on this show.

She has been a part of controversy for several times. She was also part of the controversy in 2017 when she photographer sitting on an Oval Office couch with her legs folded beneath her shoes pressed against the upholstery during President Trump’s meeting with leaders from historically black colleges and Universities. She later blamed the media for the ensuing furor.

Kellyanne Conway's Personal Life, Husband, Children

Conway is a married and has children. She tied her knot with her long-term boyfriend George T. Conway III, a Republican, in 2001. He is also a legal partner at a law firm since 2001. In 1998, he worked for Paula Jones during the Clinton impeachment.

CAPTION: ALL IN THE FAMILY SOURCE: joemygod

The couple shares four children: including twins Claudia and George IV, and Charlotte and Vanessa. She currently resides in Alpine, New Jersey with her husband and children.

Before marrying Conway, she dated the late Senator and 2008 Presidential candidate, Fred Thompson.

Here the video of Conway with a counselor to Trump, Conway about whether Trump will talk with special counsel Robert Mueller. 

Husband

George T. Conway III is an American attorney and a graduate of Harvard College. He completed his J.D from the Yale School of Law. He was one of the lawyers who represented Paula Jones in her lawsuit against the former president Bill Clinton.

In March 2017, he was reported to be the nominee as an Assistant Attorney General to head the civil division at the US Department of justice. He, however, declined to pursue the post in June 2017.

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