Kristen Soltis Anderson Biography
|Date of Birth:||1984|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Name||Kristen Soltis Anderson|
|Profession||Republican pollster, television personality, and writer|
|Married to||Chris Anderson|
|Education||University of Florida|
|Books||The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials Are Leading America (And How Republicans Can Keep Up)|
Kristen Lynne Soltis Anderson is an American Republican pollster, television personality, and writer, well recognized for as the writer for The Daily Beast, The Huffington Post, and Politico. In 2013, Time magazine listed her in the 30 change maker of under 30.
Early life and education
Kristen Soltis Anderson was born on 1984, in Orlando, Florida. Anderson completed her studies from the University of Florida with B.A. in Political Science and subsequently obtained her M.A. in Government from The Johns Hopkins University in 2009.
While she was in junior in college, Anderson interned with the finance department of the National Republican Congressional Committee, also was appointed by Florida Governor Jeb Bush to the Florida Commemorative Quarter Committee.
Later, when she was senior, she interned the Washington DC-based opinion research and communications firm, The Winston Group. Anderson is white in ethnicity and holds American nationality.
Anderson's career began after her graduation in the year 2005. She chose a full-time position with The Winston Group where she focused on the youth vote and education reform.
She published pieces of her thesis as articles on Pollster.com, and the Next Right, soon after earning her graduate degree in 2009. It is a conservative blog dedicated to developing young as conservating voices devoted to rebuilding the Republican Party.
In the year 2010, Andersons finding was assigned by Democratic political strategist and commentator, James Carville, also in various news program and journalists began to call for her vision.
After that, Anderson made her appearance on television news shows as a guest commentator. She also received $ 1 million from a Republican super PAC to research the youth vote and worked as its Communications Director, whereas, she was still working with the Winston Group.
Later in the year 2012, during the elections, Anderson was the communications adviser to Crossroads Generation, a Republican organization rolled onto the youth vote. In 2014, she left The Winston Group and co-founded along with Patrick Ruffini.
Kristen Soltis Anderson worked as the co-host of two live media blogs: "The Week In Blog" programs for Bloggingheads.tv and Variety's "Wilshire and Washington" weekly podcast.
She was the former primary author of Grand Old Party for Brand New Generation which is a research book on the youth vote and how the Republican Party can recapture.
Kristen Soltis Anderson is a married woman. Kristen got married to Chris Anderson, a Director of Technology in 2012. The couple also has a child together.
The couple got married after their three years' love affair. The couple met for the first time when they were working together for a strategy and research firm for business and politics at The Winston Group in 2007.
Currently, its has been seven years of their marriage, as the beautiful couple will celebrate their seventh anniversary like they always do every year.
Kristen Soltis Anderson has earned a decent amount of money from her various sources as, blogs, The shows, The Parties where she worked as a political pundit and last but not the least popular books written by her.
Her husband also works for the Apple company, so we can assume that he also earns a good amount of salary, as the total net worth is estimated to be in millions.
Currently, the family lives in a big mansion in Washington D.C, living a luxurious life.