2012's one of the nation's Top 50 Most Influential Latinos, Maria Cardona is a political contributor and analysts. She is mainly known for her work at Dewey Square Group is its Principal. She is also popular for being the campaign surrogate and spokesperson to the Hillary Clinton for President Campaign.
Maria Cardona's early life, education, and married life
Maria Cardona was born in the mid-1960s in Bogotá, Colombia but she was raised there for only two years and then she moved to the United States with her parents and they settled in Leesburg, Florida.
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She is an American and is Latino.
Maria Cardona's married life
Maria is married to Bryan Weaver. Bryan Weaver is also a community activist. As a loving spouse, they have been parents two times. Besides this married life there is no any information about her extra affairs and divorce.
Maria Cardona's education
Maria first studied in some primary school in Ohio and then she got enrolled at some high school in Leesburg, Florida. After her graduation, she joined Duke University and finally graduated from there.
Maria Cardona's career and net worth
In the late 1980s, she worked as a Deputy Press Secretary to Secretary Ronald H. Brown at the United States Department of Commerce. After the death of Secretary Brown, she began working for Secretaries William Daley and Mickey Kantor as their press secretaries.
In 1993 at the North American Free Trade Agreement she was offered the role of Lead Communications Strategist. She has also worked at New Democrat Network and Dewey Square Group and Latinovations.
From late 2011, she has been working for CNN as its political contributor.
Her net worth and salary are expected to be high.
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