Liz Cheney Net Worth

Liz Cheney is an American attorney and politician. Liz Cheney Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $7 Million. Explore more about Liz Cheney‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. Her

Liz Cheney Full name Elizabeth Lynne Cheney. Her nick Name was Liz Cheney. Liz Cheney now 56 Years old .

Liz Cheney Father Dick Cheney and Her Mother Lynne Cheney.

Liz Cheney Spouse  was  Philip Perry . She has five kids.

She was born in 28 July 1966  in Madison, Wisconsin, United states of america.

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Before attending law school, Cheney worked for the State Department for five years and the United States Agency for International Development between 1989 and 1993. After 1993, she took a job at Armitage Associates LLP, the consulting firm founded by Richard Armitage, then a former Defense Department official and later the Deputy Secretary of State.

In 2002, Cheney was appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, a preexisting vacant post with an “economic portfolio”, a mandate to promote investment in the region. Amid reports, including a New York Times op-ed piece by Paul Krugman, that the job was created especially for her, State Department spokesman Richard Boucher said that she had come recommended by then-Secretary of State Colin Powell. The Sunday Times reported that Cheney’s appointment was “the most intriguing sign that America is getting serious about Middle East reform” and “a measure of the seriousness with which the administration was taking Middle East programmes for literacy, education, and reform” The appointment followed publicized policy divisions between the Vice President’s office and the State Department on Middle East policy.

In June 2007 Cheney signed on as one of three national co-chairs of Fred Thompson’s 2008 presidential campaign. The others were Spencer Abraham and George Allen. In a press release issued at the beginning of his campaign, Thompson said he was “very pleased to announce that former Senators Abraham and Allen, as well as Liz Cheney, will serve as co-chairs of my national leadership team”. He added: “These distinguished individuals bring wise counsel and invaluable experience to my campaign leadership team, and they will play a critical role in helping spread my consistent conservative message across America. After Thompson dropped out of the race, Cheney joined Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign as a senior foreign policy advisor