Elizabeth Warren was suffered from financial crisis when she was a teenager. Her family car was repossessed because they failed to make loan payments. During the financial crisis, Warren served at her aunt’s restaurant at the age of 13.
While Elizabeth Warren in a Northwest Classen High School, she has been honored with state high School debating championship. At the age of 16, Warren won a debate scholarship to George Washington University.
After completing her higher education, Warren gained her science degree in speech pathology and audiology from the University of Houston. She then went to Rutgers University, Newark School of Law. Since the mid-1990s, Warren started public work in bankruptcy regulation and consumer protection. She then served as a lecturer at Rutgers University for a year and University of Houston Law Center.
Later, Warren worked as a full lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Law School where she gained endowed chair. She was one of the promising professors before starting her career in politics. She then worked as chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel and later served under the former president Barak Obama.
On the other hand, Warren featured in the documentary films, Maxed Out and Capitalism; A Love Story and played a guest role in tv shows includes Dr. Phill and The Daily Show, etc.
Warren also served on FDIC Advisory Committee on Economic Inclusion for four years. Further, she also served as a vice president of the American Law Institute and became a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
In 2001, Warren officially announced her candidacy for the U.S. Senate. She then won the General election, making her the first female Senator from Massachusetts defeating incumbent Republican Scott Brown. She then included Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, Senate Special Committee on Aging as well as Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Warren endorsed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 US presidential election.
Moreover, Warren was listed in the Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. She was named top 20 US Progressives according to the New Statesman, Magazine. As a successful politician, Warren won Bostonian of the Year, Freund Teaching Award, Doctor of Laws degree.
Elizabeth Warren officially revealed that President Donald Trump's reference to his nickname for her, "Pocahontas," at an event honoring Navajo veterans was just a distraction from other issues.
Moving towards her personal life, Warren belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American nationality Warren's star sign is Cancer. She got married twice in her life. Previously, Warren got married to her high school sweetheart, Jim Warren in 1967. However, the couple divorced after 10 years of their married life. The husband and wife blessed with two children, Alexander and Amelia Warren Tyagi, co-founder of Business Talent Group.
After a divorce with her first husband, Warren got married to her second husband, Bruce Mann. As per our record, she purposed Bruce. Since their marriage, the couple is living a blissful life but they don’t have any children yet. Her husband is the Carl F. Schier, Jr. Professor of Law at Havard Law School.
While Warren was at Harvard Law School, she receives $350,000 as a yearly salary. As of 2011, her net worth is estimated to be $14.5 million. She earned around $140,000 as an annual salary in 2010-2011.
As of 2017, Warren receives $174,000 and from Senate and has a net worth of $15 million. There are rumors currently, she lives in a $5.4 million mansion.