Kirsten Powers is a noted American columnist, political analyst, and author. She is famous for her columns published in USA Today and The Daily Beast.
Kirsten also served Clinton administration as a staff assistant and had worked in the city politics.
In January 2010, Kirsten Powers married Professor Marty Makary who is a public health expert at Johns Hopkins University. However, the relationship couldn’t turn out as expected and the former couple got divorced within three years of marriage.
Powers is now engaged to fellow Journalist Robert Draper who is known for his 2012 book Do Not Ask What Good We Do: Inside the U.S. House of Representatives.
Kirsten was born in Fairbanks, Alaska to Irish-American archeologists parents.
Her father was an Episcopalian so she was brought up as an Episcopalian in the child, however, much of her adult life; she grew up as an atheist as she never believed on god. Surprisingly, in her mid-thirties, she dated a man who was Christian and soon started favoring Christianity.
While her parents inspired her to indulge in politics, she too started rooting for politics as a result of which she attended the University of Maryland to study Political Science.
After getting a degree from there, she went to Georgetown University Law School and studied law for almost two years.
Kirsten Powers stands tall with a height of 6 feet (183 cm). The curvaceous figure of hourglass body shape and blonde hair is what best defines her beauty.
Though Kirsten has come out all natural beauty, some reports claim that she has seen the plastic surgeon to be injected and filled up.
She is one of the most beautiful TV personalities across the globe by flaunting her flawless body. She is blessed with youthful looks for her age 50.
Kirsten is an absolute stunner and a leading compelling columnist. On screen or off, the brown-eyed always expresses herself in a true style that makes her stand best.
With the girlish glow and blemish free skin, Kirsten doesn’t look like a woman who is approaching her 50s.
In her leisure, she also attends numbers of charitable events and the social benefit programs which she truly believes in.
Kirsten is a well-known political pundit who had served Clinton administration. In recent times she has been signed by CNN after leaving Fox News Channel.
Kirsten is an on-air political analyst for CNN, where she regularly appears on news shows like Anderson Cooper 360° and The Lead with Jake Tapper. She will also continue to serve USA Today, providing her political expertise.
Before CNN, she had served Fox News as a political analyst and provided a review on the networks daytime and nighttime programs across the globe.
She, being the member of Fox News election team reported breaking headlines including presidential debates, election nights and many others events and programs.
Though she had her career start as a staff assistant to the Presidential elect Bill Clinton administration, it was her humanitarian work and articles which rose her to prominence.
Later in the Clinton governed office, she was appointed as Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Public Affairs and was accountable for work assignments such as press secretary, party consultant, and communications consultant.
Afterward, she resigned from her position in the Clinton administration to join America Online.
Prior to her career in journalism, she held the role of press secretary at New York State Democratic committee when Andrew Cuomo was running for the governor.
In addition, she has consulted for several non-profit organizations including National Council for Research on Women and Human Rights First.
Kirsten had also worked as a columnist for America’s leading newspapers including New York Post, and The Daily Beast, which she left to join USA Today.
Her first ever column was for The American Prospect and apart from that, she has written articles for Elle Magazine, New York Observer, Wall Street Journal and Salon.
Kirsten Powers is an American author & political analyst who has a net worth of $20 million dollars.
Being a famous CNN analyst, columns of USA Today and The Daily Beast, she has collected a massive amount of salary through her career. Most recently, she has joined CNN which reportedly paid her $950,000 salary per annum.