Linda Chavez Biography
Linda Chavez is a commentator, author, and Living Legend radio talk. Show host working as a political commentator for Fox News. She was the first woman nominated during the time of George W. Bush nominated to the United States Cabinet.
Chavez served as Chairman of the Center and Director of Industries at Equal Opportunity in addition. She also, served at Ronald Reagan’s White House as a Senate seat Author.
Linda Chavez Age
Linda Chavez was born on June 17, 1947, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in the United States of America. She is 75 years old as of 2022.
Linda Chavez Height
Linda stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 inches/1.71 m tall.
Linda Chavez Education
Linda earned a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Califonia Los Angels University.
Linda Chavez Family
Linda was born to her loving parents Velma Lucy and Rudolfo Enrique in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in the United States of America.
Linda Chavez Husband
Linda is merely hitched to her caring husband Christopher Gersten. He is a co-chairman of the Coalition for Divorce Reform and a former Bush Administration official. The duo is blessed with three handsome grown sons namely David, Rudy, and Pablo, and also have nine grandchildren.
Linda Chavez Children
Linda and Christopher are proud parents of three charming sons namely; David Gersten, Rudy Gersten, and Pablo Gersten.
Linda Chavez Salary
Linda receives an annual salary of $67, 200, according to Fox News 3 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Linda Chavez Net worth
Linda earns an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Linda Chavez Career
Linda served Protection of Minorities and Prevention of Discrimination as U.S. Expert to the U.N. Sub-commission. She reported slavery-like practices during wartime, sexual slavery, and systematic rape regularly at sub-commissions meetings furthermore.
Linda on June 22, 1998, was succeeded by Gay McDougall withdrew from the project moreover. She was director of Public Liaison in the White House and had several appointed positions in 1985.
Linda was also serving from 1983 to 1985 at the U.S. Commission as Director of Civil Rights. She served from 1984 to 1986 under President Reagan as a member of the Administrative Conference of the United States moreover.