Liz Cheney Net Worth – How Rich The American Attorney And Politician Really Is?

How much does Liz Cheney, hopefully, a potential candidate for American presidentship in 2024 currently earn and what is her financial net worth?

If you are interested in learning about Liz Cheney, a powerful American attorney, and politician coming from very influential and political family background, then you have landed in the right place. 

In this article, we will be going over various aspects of Cheney’s life including intimate details regarding her early life, family background, education and career, financial status, and more. 

Liz Cheney Net Worth

Introduction To Liz Cheney’s Early Life

Liz Cheney was born on July 28, 1966, in Madison, Wisconsin to the former Vice President Dick Cheney and former Second Lady Lynne Cheney

Both of her parents were still studying at the time of her birth at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Liz’s younger sister, who goes by the name Mary Cheney, was also born in Madison. 

Regarding Cheney’s education, she spent almost 2 years in Casper, Wyoming, in order to attend part of the sixth along with the seventh grade. 

From the 1970s to the 1980s, Liz’s family spent their time between Casper and Washington, D.C. due to her father’s election to Congress. Liz was a cheerleader at her school and graduated from McLean High School in 1984.

In regards to her higher education, she completed her Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado College.It was her mother’s alma mater and wrote her senior thesis, “The Evolution of Presidential War Powers”. In 1996, Cheney successfully finished her Juris Doctor from the University of Chicago Law School. 

Liz Cheney’s Early In The Career

Liz worked for the State Department before attending law school for about five years. She also spent her time at the United States Agency for International Development between 1989 and 1993. 

After 1993, she started working at a consulting firm called Armitage Associates LLP, founded by Richard Armitage. She then took a job as a Defense Department official followed by being the Deputy Secretary of State.

After finishing up her law school, she started practicing law at the law firm of White & Case. Later on, Liz worked as a member of the World Bank Group as an international law attorney and consultant.

Liz Cheney

As another milestone of her career Cheney was also appointed as the Special Assistant of the Deputy Secretary of State along with the USAID officer in U.S. embassies. 

Liz Cheney’s Time At The State Department 

Recommended by then-Secretary of State, Colin Powell, Liz Cheney was appointed as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs in 2002. 

The Sunday Times along with many other renowned news outlets praised Cheney’s appointment saying and I quote, “a measure of the seriousness with which the administration was taking Middle East programs for literacy, education, and reform”.

During her time there, she was given authority over the Middle East Partnership Initiative, designed to “foster increased democracy and economic progress in a troubled region”. The main task of Liz in the multimillion program was to channel and assign money to prescreened groups.

After working at the State Department for two years, Liz left her to work for the Bush – Cheney 2004 reelection campaign. Cheney took part in the campaign called  “W Stands for Women” as an initiative to target female voters.

Cheney returned to the U.S. State Department on February 14, 2005 where she was appointed as the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State For Near Eastern Affairs and the Coordinator for initiatives Broader Middle East and North Africa.

During her course of time at this position, she coordinated as well as promoted democracy and expanded education and economic opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa alongside then-Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, C. David Welch.

Cheney also represented the Iran Syria Policy and Operations Group which was established in March of 2006. She then worked for Fred Thompson’s presidential campaign in 2007, followed by working for Mitt Romney. 

How Rich Liz Cheney’s Really Is?

According to the experts, Liz Cheney’s net worth evaluation is approximately $6 million as of 2022. Not only has she worked as an attorney, participated in many presidential campaigns, and led various important initiatives during her time at the State Department. Liz Cheney also intends to run for president in the 2024 elections. 

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