Kellyanne Elizabeth Conway (née Kellyanne Elizabeth Fitzpatrick) was born on January 20, 1967 in Camden, New Jersey, U.S. She is an American Republican campaign manager and advisor to current President Donald Trump.
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As for her personal life and early biography, Conway's father, who is of Irish decent, owned a little trucking firm, and her mother, of Italian decent, worked at an organization that provides financial service. They divorced when she was only three years old. She was brought up by her mother, grandmother and two loving aunts in New Jersey. In 1985 she graduated from St. Joseph High School. At 20, she won the World Champion Blueberry Packing competition. Kellyanne Conway married George T. Conway III in 2001, before that they had been dating for a few years. Her husband is a litigation partner at the law company Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Kellyanne and her partner have four beatiful children, including twins, and the family lives with kids in Alpine, New Jersey.
Conway owes her experience working for eight seasons on a blueberry farm in Hammonton, New Jersey for teaching her to stick to a strong work ethic. She entered the polling business with Wirthlin Group, which is a Republican polling company.
Among significant people in politics Conway worked for were Congressman Jack Kemp, Senator Fred Thompson, former Vice President Dan Quayle, Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, and Vice President Mike Pence. She has experience of working as the senior advisor to Gingrich during his unlucky 2012 United States presidential election campaign.
In 2005, Conway and Democratic pollster Celinda Lake co-authored What Women Really Want: How American Women Are Quietly Erasing Political, Racial, Class, and Religious Lines to Change the Way We Live.
In the Republican presidential campaign of the previous year, Conway underpinned Ted Cruz committee which was called by the media as Keep the Promise I. Conway herself and th organization ran by her criticized Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump not. However, on July 1, 2016, Trump announced that he had employed Conway for a senior advisory position on his presidential campaign. Conway had to advise Trump on how to get votes of women. Soon she was named the campaign's third campaign manager. In a few months she was given a job in The White House. Conway appeared with senior aides of the Trump campaign on December 1, 2016 for a forum on the 2016 presidential race. By the end of the year 2016 Kellyanne Conway made the motion she had received death threats against her. She said that Hillary Clinton supporters were to blame for that, but thas information was not confirmed and considered to be a slander.
After being named Donald Trump’s campaign manager on Wednesday, pollster Kellyanne Conway blasted out the same fundraising email no fewer than three times in less than 27 hours.
Due to the latest estimation, it has been noticed that Kellyanne Conway has possesses a net worth of 4 million dollars. If she becomes the White House Press Secretary, her salary will be $176,000.
07 Feb, 2017