Susan Waren Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Susan Waren|
|Net Worth||$500 thousand|
Professionally, Susan Waren is an American philanthropist who has mainly focused on the Sherwood Foundation(previously known as Susan A. Buffett Foundation) but she is famous for being the ex-wife of the cable news host and former congressman, Joe Scarborough.
Short-Bio Of Susan Waren
Susan Waren was born in the year 1970 however her exact date of birth and place is missing. She is of American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Apart from this, there is no single detail on her early life such as her parents, siblings, education, and so on.
Unsuccessful Marital Life With Joe Scarborough
Susan Waren is famous among the public as the ex-wife of popular television personality, Joe Scarborough. They met each other in a charity show and soon after that started their relationship. After some years of a dating relationship, they got married in the year 2001.
After two years of marriage, they welcomed their first child as a daughter, Katherine Clark Scarborough on August 8, 2003. In 2008, they welcomed a son named Jack Scarborough.
However, after more than deced of marriage, they decided to take divorce and it got finalized in September 2012.
After divorce, Susan Waren received $150,000 as a settlement. For child support, Joe paid $25,000 per month.
Following a divorce, Susan has preferred to stay away from the limelight, and also she doesn't seem to be involved in any kind of relationship but her husband is currently married to Mika Brzezinski in November 2018 after being engaged in May 2018, in Antibes, France, at the Hotel du Cap. As per the source, their wedding ceremony took place in front of the Constitution, officiated by Rep.
Her Net Worth and Career
Susan Waren has a net worth of $500 thousand as of 2021 from her professional life. While talking about her career in detail, she has been working at the Sherwood Foundation. The main motto of the organization is to improve ownership through social justice leadership and maintain the quality of life of people living in Nebraska.