Maria Cardona Biography

Updated On Jun 13, 2019 Published On May 31, 2016
Facts of Maria Cardona
Date of Birth: 1966 , November-12
Birth Nation: Colombia
Name Maria Cardona
Birth Name Maria Cardona
Nick Name Maria
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Bogotá
Ethnicity White
Working For Dewey Square Group
Net Worth Unknown
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Brown
Face Color White
Affair with Bryan Weaver
Boyfriend Bryan Weaver
Married Yes
Married to Bryan Weaver
Children N/A
Divorce N/A
Education Duke University
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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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Born in Bogotá, Colombia

November 12 , 1966

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 United States with her parents and they settled in Leesburg, Florida. She is an American and is Latino.

Worked at North American Free Trade Agreement

1993

In the late 1980s, she worked as a Deputy Press Secretary to Secretary Ronald H. Brown at the United States Department of Commerce. In 1993 at the North American Free Trade Agreement she was offered the role of Lead Communications Strategist.

Won Department of Commerce Silver Medal

1997

In 1997, she was honored by the Department of Commerce Silver Medal. Department of Commerce Silver Medal is one of the highest honors of the United States Department of Commerce and she won this award for Meritorious Federal Service.

Became the Director of Communications

1998

From the late 1990s, she began serving United States Department of Justic's Immigration and Naturalization Service as its Director of Communications. She also served as the spokesperson. She worked there for about three years from 1998. 

Worked as Communications Director

2001

After she was named in the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in the country of the year in 2001, she joined Democratic National Committee as its Communications Director. She worked there till 2003. She has also worked at New Democrat Network and Dewey Square Group and Latinovations. 

Joined CNN

2011

Maria Cardona is a political contributor and an analyst from 2011. From the late 2011, she has been working for CNN as its political contributor. She is also popular for being the campaign surrogate and spokesperson to the Hillary Clinton for President Campaign. 

Listed as nation's Top 50 Most Influential Latinos

2012

She has received several honors and awards in her life. In 2012, she was listed in the nation's Top 50 Most Influential Latinos. In 2001, Hispanic Business Magazine also listed her in their lists of 100 Most Influential Hispanics in the country of the year.