Colin Powell Net Worth

Colin Powell Net Worth

Colin Powell is an American statesman and a retired four-star general. Colin Powell Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $60 Million. Explore more about Colin Powell‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details.

Colin Powell Full name Colin Powell. His nick Name was Colin Powell. Colin Powell now 84 Years old (died time) .

Colin Powell Father Maud  and his Mother Luther.

Colin Powell Spouse  was  Alma Powell. He has three kids.

He was born in 5 April 1937  in Manhattan, New York, United states of america. He passed by 18 October 2021.

Colin Powell complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Colin Powell’s Career

Under Richard Nixon, Powell served a White House Fellowship from 1972 to 1973. From 1975 to 1976, he attended the National War College in Washington, DC. In the early 80s, Powell served at Fort Carson, Colorado, and then became a senior military assistant to Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger. Later, in 1987, he served as the United States Deputy National Security Advisor under Frank Carlucci. Following the Iran-Contra scandal, Powell was appointed as Ronald Reagan’s National Security Advisor, serving until 1989. Afterward, he was promoted to four-star general under George H. W. Bush, briefly serving as the Commander in Chief, Forces Command at Fort McPherson, Georgia.

In 1997, Powell founded America’s Promise Alliance, the country’s biggest cross-sector alliance of non-profit organizations, businesses, and government groups committed to bettering the lives of young people. The same year, he established the Colin L. Powell Center for Leadership and Service at the City College of New York. The Center’s goal was to nurture leaders from underrepresented populations, foster civic engagement at the College, and mobilize campus resources to serve the needs of the community and the broader public.

In 2001, Powell was unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate as the 65th Secretary of State, the first African-American to serve in the position. Following the 9/11 attacks, he was instrumental in building the argument for the invasion of Iraq, and went along with the Bush administration’s decision to depose dictator Saddam Hussein. In a 2003 plenary session of the United Nations Security Council, he argued in favor of taking military action, falsely claiming that Hussein had and was continuing to produce biological weapons of war.