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Kellyanne Conway Net Worth

Kellyanne Conway Net Worth Salary and more
Net Worth$40,000,000
Full NameKellyanne Elizabeth Fitzpatrick
Date of Birth/AgeJanuary 20, 1967 (age 52)
Source of wealthPollster, Political Consultant
Country of originU.S
State/City of originAtco, New Jersey
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Kellyanne Conway’s net worth is 40 million dollars. She and her husband have several valuable assets and other streams of income outside of her employment on Pennsylvania Avenue.

She reportedly makes about 4 million dollars a year individually. Her White House salary is approximately $180, 000.

She’s made most of her wages through her polling company. The 2016 campaign was huge for her as a pollster. Ben Carson shelved out a reported $65,000 check to her and Ted Cruz a whopping $1.9 million.

Her roles as a Republican strategist, spokesperson and counselor keeps her laughing all the way to the bank. Her cable show appearances generate supplementary funds for her family.


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Unbeknownst to many, Kellyanne Conway is an author. She launched her book, “What Women Really Want,” back in 2005. She accrued royalties from her publication.

Kellyanne Conway has invested wisely in stocks, as well. Through it, she’s earned thousands upon thousands just in dividends.


Known to some as a spin doctor, Kellyanne Conway has been accused of twisting herself into a pretzel to defend the indefensible. In the normal world that would be called lying, but in Kellyanne Conway’s world, it’s called “alternative facts.”

A pro at getting under her opponents’ skin, Kellyanne Conway interrupts others while they’re speaking and sometimes taunts and discredits them if they dare challenge or ensnare her in her words.

Love her or hate her, she helped one of the unlikeliest candidates in American history—Donald J. Trump—get elected president.

And speaking of American history, Kellyanne Conway made it when she became the first female campaign manager to usher her nominee to presidential victory.

In her charismatic but snide way, she took credit for the triumph, and rightfully so.

A career woman, Kellyanne Conway has accomplished countless professional feats while steadily looking forward to the next opportunity.

She’s been painted as everything from a villain to a caricature, but she’s made it clear. She won’t be moved by other people’s opinions nor committed to coddling their feelings.

Kellyanne Conway is, however, committed to getting the last word—and winning.

Early Life

Kellyanne Elizabeth Conway, née Fitzpatrick was born in 1967. She grew up in Camden, New Jersey with her mother and grandmother and one of her aunts.

Her parents divorced when she was three. Her father’s name is John Fitzpatrick. He owned a trucking company. Her mother, Diane Fitzpatrick, worked at a local bank.

Conway spent time in Hammonton, New Jersey; she worked on a blueberry farm in the area. Her experiences on the farm trained her to be diligent, disciplined and determined.


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Personal life

The very successful and independent Kellyanne Fitzpatrick had a run in with a shrewd and pithy lawyer from New York named George Conway. The two, although opposites in quite a few ways, hit it off. And the rest was history.

They focused on their demanding careers, preparing the way for their future together.

In 2001, the pair of go-getters tied the knot. Kellyanne Conway was with child—actually, two of them.

She and George had fraternal twins, a boy and a girl, by the time 2005 rolled around.
Conway and her husband have two other daughters, as well.

They all enjoy family outings such as going to baseball games together. They are diehard Yankee’s fans.The Conways lived in Alpine, New Jersey until Kellyanne had to move to Washington, D.C., so she could work for the Trump administration.

Their 8-million-dollar home is spacious, luxurious and equipped with a pool.

Kellyanne Conway attends many political functions, which are usually black-tie affairs.


After successfully completing law school, Conway graduated from George Washington University. From there, she came on as a very competitive and aggressive assistant for a law firm ran by Richard Wirthlin, pollster for President Reagan.

The next high-profile person she collaborated with was Newt Gingrich. That was in the early-90s.


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By the mid-90s, Conway had an aha moment. It dawned on her; politicians and private corps needed consultation and advice, backed up by evidence, about patterns of female voters.

She used the techniques and expertise she gleaned from Wirthlin’s law firm to start her own business. She created a polling company appropriately named The Polling Company.

At present, Kellyanne Conway net worth reached $40,000,000.

Conway was sure there was money to be made in the polling arena, and she made it, plenty of it.

She hooked back up with Gingrich. They worked side by side in his 2012 election bid. Before long, Conway found herself with a few political giants as clients concurrently.

Ultimately, she joined forces with Donald Trump’s campaign, ending up as his counselor and adviser after he won the election.


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Kellyanne Banned

In 2017, Kellyanne Conway was blacklisted from a Sunday show on CNN because of her demagogue ways, to which Mika Brzezinski from MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” tweeted a response.

“We know for a fact she tries to book herself on this show. I won’t do it, ‘cuz I don’t believe in fake news or information that is not true. And that is — every time I’ve ever seen her on television, something’s askew, off or incorrect.”

Interesting Facts

One of Conway’s nicknames is “The Trump Whisperer.”

Initially, Conway donated to and supported candidate Ted Cruz, a Trump rival, in the 2016 election.

Conway received backlash when she told a Republican sect to stop mentioning the word ‘rape.’

She hit Hillary Clinton below the belt many times. The worse being in a “Rolling Stone” interview when she dogged her out about Bill Clinton’s extramarital affairs, saying, “The fact is that Hillary Clinton could not stand up to a cheating husband, so how in the world would she stand up to North Korea and some of our other enemies around the globe?”

Kellyanne Conway has been suspected by many close to the President to be a leaker of confidential information.


  • Kellyanne Conway has four children, two of them are twins.
  • She’s an author.
  • Conway is officially banned from MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
  • Her husband, George, publicly opposes many of Trump’s antics and policies.
  • Kellyanne Conway is 51 years old.
  • She’s considered a leaker by those who know her intimately in the White House setting.
  • Conway’s immediate family are big New York Yankee’s fans.
  • She has a one-sided rivalry with Hillary Clinton.

Favorite Quotes from Kellyanne Conway

“I don’t play golf, and I don’t have a mistress, so I have a lot of time that a lot of these other men don’t.”

“I went out on my own, years ago, to try to create some additional choices in a parallel universe.”

“We know there are lots of leaks everywhere. There’s nothing we can do about that, except not leak ourselves.”

“I never knew how ugly and how stupid I was until, you know, we had Twitter.”

“I think like a man and behave like a lady.”


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Tips for success from Kellyanne Conway

  1. “I just can’t believe it’s always somebody else’s fault. Sometimes you just have to take a look in the mirror and reflect on what went wrong.”
  2. “I think we should all learn to listen more to America.”
  3. “You live by the media, you live by the polls, you’ve got to suffer by the polls, too.”
  4. “…I look at myself as a product of my choices, not a victim of my circumstances…”
  5. “Nothing creates a winner quite like earning it, not just inheriting it.”
  6. “I was taught to be a very strong, independent and free-thinking woman.”
  7. “Women believe they can make a difference elsewhere. They’ll run for school board, something closer to home. They don’t want to split their time between the nation’s capital and home.”