Liz Cheney

Liz Cheney Net Worth, Bio, Age, Wiki, Children, Husband, Social Media

Liz Cheney was born on 28 July 1966 (age 54 years; starting at 2021) in Madison, Wisconsin, United States. She sought after a JD from the University Of Chicago Law School. Her dad’s name is Dick Cheney and her mom’s name is Lynne Cheney. She has sisters named Mary Cheney.

 Biography Of Liz Cheney

Full Name Elizabeth Lynne Cheney
NicknameLiz Cheney
Famous AsUnited States Representative
Political IdeologyRepublican Party
Personal Life Info
Date Of Birth 28 July 1966
Age54 Years (as in 2021)
Birthplace Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Current  ResidenceMadison, Wisconsin, United States
NationalityAmerican
Religious 
GenderFemale
Star Sign (Zodiac Sign)Leo
Race/Ethnicity 
Physical Appearance
Height160 cm (in feet inches- 5′ 3″)
Weight56 kg (in pounds- 124 lbs)
Body Measurements
Eye ColorBlue-gray
Hair ColorBlonde
Family
FatherDick Cheney
MotherLynne Cheney
Brother
SisterMary Cheney
HusbandPhilip Perry ​(m. 1993)
Children5
Daughters Name Grace Perry, Kate Perry, Elizabeth Perry
Son NameRichard Perry, Philip Richard Perry
Educational Background
SchoolMcLean High School
CollegeColorado College; University Of Chicago Law School
QualificationsBA, JD
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Favorite FoodN/A
Dream Holiday DestinationN/A
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Liz Cheney Net Worth
Net WorthN/A
Salary in 2021N/A
Social Media
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Liz Cheney

Liz Cheney is an American Politician and Attorney. She is an individual from the Republican Party and filling in as the U.S. Delegate for Wyoming’s everywhere legislative region since 2017. She is from Madison, Wisconsin, United States.

Her dad Dick Cheney is a previous Vice President of the United States and her mom Lynne Cheney previous Second Lady of the United States.

Liz at present filled in as a Member of the U.S. Place of Representatives from Wyoming’s everywhere region since 3 January 2017 and Chair of the House Republican Conference since 3 January 2019.

Her better half’s name is Philip Perry and he is an American lawyer. They have five kids three little girls Grace Perry, Kate Perry, Elizabeth Perry, and two children Richard Perry, Philip Richard Perry.

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Early life and education

Elizabeth Lynne Cheney was born on July 28, 1966, in Madison, Wisconsin, the elder of two daughters of former Vice PresidentDick Cheney and former Second LadyLynne Cheney (née Vincent). At the time of her birth, her parents were studying at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Her younger sister, Mary Cheney, was also born in Madison. Cheney attended part of sixth and seventh grade in Casper, Wyoming, while her father campaigned for Congress.

The family divided its time between Casper and Washington, D.C. in the 1970s through the 1980s, following her father’s election to Congress. In 1984 Cheney graduated from McLean High School, where she was a cheerleader. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado College, her mother’s alma mater, where she wrote her senior thesis, “The Evolution of Presidential War Powers”. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Chicago Law School in 1996. She also took courses in Middle Eastern history at the Oriental Institute.

Early career

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 Iran-Contra operative who later served as Deputy Secretary of State.

After graduating from law school, Cheney practiced law at the law firm of White & Case and as an international law attorney and consultant at the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group. She has also served as Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of State for Assistance to the former Soviet Union, and as a USAID officer in U.S. embassies in Budapest and Warsaw.

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