Whether it’s books, articles, blogs, movie scripts or pieces in magazines, these authors sure earn a lot. Famous for their work and impact to various communities and demographics globally, authors are usually very respected and have huge followings. Nancy Pelosi, the American Politician, Minority Leader of the United States House of Representatives is no exception from this rule. This person was born in unknown on the March 26, 1940. As a kid and throughout his teenage years, attending Institute of Notre Dame High School, Baltimore, Trinity Washington University helped develop a love for creating content and writing pieces. Nancy Pelosi has a family of Thomas D’Alesandro Jr., Anunciata D’Alesandro unknown Alexandra Pelosi, Paul Pelosi, Jr., Christine Pelosi, Jacqueline Pelosi, Nancy Corinne Pelosi. Standing at 5 ft 4 in (1.64 m) tall, Nancy Pelosi has a huge fanbase throughout every continent. So, do you want to know how much this person is worth? Well, the total estimated net worth of Nancy Pelosi is said to be $140 Million.
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Nancy Patricia D’Alesandro is of largely Italian descent. She matriculated from the Catholic all-girls Institute of Notre Dame High School in Baltimore, and then graduated from (now) Trinity Washington University in 1962 with a BA in political science. Her first job was as an intern for Senator Daniel Brewster, and it was around the same time that she met Paul Frank Pelosi, who she married in 1963. They moved to San Francisco, where she became more involved in politics, becoming a member of the California Democratic Party, then the Democratic National Committee, and subsequently holding several party positions in California, until being elected to the House of Representatives from the 5th district in 1987, and being re-elected 10 times. Her net worth would rise steadily.
Pelosi filled several committee positions in Congress before being elected Minority Whip for the Democrats in 2001, and then Minority Leader the following year, the first woman to hold either position. In 2007 she was elected the 60th Speaker of the House of Representatives, again the first woman, a position she held until 2011. During her time as Speaker, Nancy Pelosi was viewed rather unfavorably by the voters, of whom 64% had a negative attitude towards her. When Pelosi finished her four year run as the Speaker, she went on to participate in the election for the position of Minority Leader in 2011, again winning and in which she has remained.
As with many other politicians, Nancy Pelosi has not managed to avoid controversy and allegations during her career. In 2011, Pelosi with several other members of the Congress, was accused of utilizing information from closed sessions in order to receive money from companies and individuals on the stock market. Even though Pelosi denied such accusations, these allegations did not help her win over the voters. However, despite such controversy, Nancy Pelosi is a respected politician, who was honored with the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic in 2007, and was even featured in a list of the “World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” compiled by Forbes magazine.
In her personal life, such as it is, Nancy has been married to Paul Frank Pelosi since 1963, and they have five children. Nancy and Frank are still based in San Francisco.
Full Name: Nancy Pelosi
Net Worth: $140 Million
Date Of Birth: March 26, 1940
Place Of Birth: Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Height: 5 ft 4 in (1.64 m)
Profession: Politician, Minority Leader of the United States House of Representatives
Education: Institute of Notre Dame High School, Baltimore, Trinity Washington University
Spouse: Paul Pelosi (m. 1963)
Children: Alexandra Pelosi, Paul Pelosi, Jr., Christine Pelosi, Jacqueline Pelosi, Nancy Corinne Pelosi
Parents: Thomas D’Alesandro Jr., Anunciata D’Alesandro
Siblings: Thomas L. J. D’Alesandro III, Hector D’Alesandro, Nicholas D’Alesandro, Joseph D’Alesandro, Franklin D. Roosevelt D’Alesandro
Awards: NIAF Special Achievement Award for Public Advocacy (2007), Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic (2007), Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun (2015),
Nominations: Barbara Walters’ Most Fascinating Person of the year (2006), World’s 100 most powerful women (#26, 2014)
[on Stephen K. Bannon] It’s a stunning thing, that a white supremacist would be a permanent member of the National Security Council. What’s making America less safe is to have a white supremacist named to the National Security Council as a permanent member while the chairman of the Joint Chiefs and the director of national intelligence are told, “Don’t call us, we’ll call you.” (February, 2017)
[on California Attorney-General Kamala Harris] The child who witnessed the civil rights movement from a stroller has taken a lead role in the fight for marriage equality by challenging the constitutionality of Proposition 8. As a new generation of women picks up the mantle of progress, she will always be among the first to stand up and step forward.
We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it. [Speech on health care reform, March 10, 2009.]
She was honored by the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California for her efforts on behalf of the company in securing federal support for the rebuilding of the theater.
U.S. House minority leader (2003-2007, 2011 – present).
Achieved the highest political rank for a female in American history when she attained the position of 60th “Speaker of the United States House of Representatives” (4 January 2007).
(May 10, 2010) Merited a position in Time magazine’s – The 100 Most Influential People in the World (“Leaders” category) – with an homage contributed by Hillary Clinton.
Mother-in-law of Michiel Vos.
Her father was Thomas D’Alesandro Jr., Baltimore’s first Italian-American mayor. Her mother was Annunciata D’Alesandro. Her brother Thomas J. D’Alesandro III was also elected Mayor of Baltimore.
Her brother, Franklin D. Roosevelt D’Alesandro, died at age 73 of cancer on February 21, 2007 in Baltimore, Maryland.
In January 2007, became the first woman to be elected Speaker of the House. In January 2011, turned the gavel over to Rep. John Boehner.
Elected to the House of Representatives as a Democrat from California, representing San Francisco, in a special election following the death of Representative Sala Burton, and has served June 2, 1987 – present.
Mother of Alexandra Pelosi, Christine Pelosi, Jacqueline Pelosi, Nancy Corinne Pelosi and Paul Pelosi, Jr.
Crash Course: Government
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Hemingway & Gellhorn
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We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial
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Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed
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Meet the Press
Herself / Herself – House Minority Leader / Herself – Representative, California