Facts of Maxine Waters
|Full Name||Maxine Waters|
|Birth Name||Maxine Moore Waters|
|Father Name||Remus Carr|
|Mother Name||Verma Lee|
|No Of Children||2|
|Awards||NAACP Image Award – Chairman's Award,Glamour Lifetime Achievement Award,The BET Honors Public Service Award|
|Education||California State University, Los Angeles (1970), Vashon High School|
|Date of Birth||August 15,1938|
What Is The Net Worth Of Maxine Waters?
Maxine Waters is an American Politician currently serving as the Us Representative politician serving for California's congressional district. She has an estimated net worth of $2 million. She is in her 15th term of house, serving since 1991.
She previously was the Representative of the house's 29th (1991-1993) and 35th (1993-2013) district. She is the most senior of the twelve black women currently in congress and was the chairperson of the Congressional Black Caucas from 1997 to 1999.
Let's also find out about her career, income sources, and details on her net worth over the years.
Maxine Waters' Net Worth Is $2 Million: Income Sources, Salary And Earnings
Maxine has an estimated net worth of $2 million. She started her political career from 1973 and on 1976, she was elected as an assemblywoman in the California State Assembly, later becoming a representative of house under the democratic party alongside Nancy Pelosi.
She has a current salary of $174,000 and earned $193,400 annually from 1997-1999.
She has mentioned her political viewings on Barack Obama, saying that he was insufficient as a president, blaming him for the rise in Black unemployment level which was 15.6% at the time. She has also called Donald Trump and George H.W. Bush "racists" and "white supremacists".
Maxine Waters' Assets: Her House, Cars, Lifestyle And Expenses
Maxine owns a property in Los Angeles valued at $4.5 million. The house spans an area of 6,081 square feet. She bought the house with her husband Sid Williams in 2004 for $2 million.
We don't know what car she drives, but being a government official, we can assume that she drives professional luxurious cars.
Charity And Endorsements
Waters is a co-founder of Black Women’s Forum, a nonprofit organization of over 1,200 African American women in the Los Angeles area. She has also worked to end homelessness and unemployment, and is a black rights spokesperson.
Tax And Insurance
Maxine has not revealed her financial information; tax and insurance but being a government official and a woman of power, she has not been accused of tax fraud and arson.
The Personal Life Of Maxine Waters
Maxine Waters was born on August 15, 1938 to parents Remus Carr and Velma Lee in St. Louis, Missouri under the name Maxine Moore Waters Carr.
She is the 5th out of 13 children, and was raised by her single mother after her father left the family when Maxine was 2. She attended Vashon High School and graduated from California State University in Los Angeles, after moving there. She has a bachelor's degree in sociology.
Maxine was previously married to Edward Waters in 1956, whom she divorced in 1972.
She married Sid Williams, a former NFL player, in 1977 and has been married to him ever since. She has 2 children, Karen Waters and Edward Waters.
Age And Height
Maxine Waters stands at a height of 165 cm or 5 feet 5 inches. She is 81 years old.
Maxine Waters Preparation Center in Watts, Cali was named after her while she was a member of the California Assembly.
She is the co-founder of Black Women's Fund.
She is the co-founder of Community Build
She received the Bruce F. Vento Award from the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty for her work to fight homelessness.
She also won the Candace Award in 1992.
Maxine Makes a Big Step During COVID 19 Crisis
As the chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, Maxine Waters proposed Federal Reserve to give $2000 a month for household uses to adults and $1000 to children.
The proposal was passed on Wednesday, 18th March. Further, she also asked for suspending all the consumer and small-business credit payments all the while during the coronavirus pandemic.