Molly Munger, a Pasadena, California-based attorney, is the driving force behind Proposition 38 and has contributed over $44 million to the Proposition 38 initiative, which has attracted national attention in the USA.
Molly Munger’s Bio, Age, Wiki, and Family
Munger is one of the eight children born to Charles Munger, Berkshire Hathaway’s billionaire vice-chairman. She is one of the two kids of Charles with Nancy Huggins. Her exact age is not revealed to the public.
She has a biological sister named Wendy Munger. In addition to this, the Los Angeles Daily Journal is published by her stepfather Dr. Robert Freeman who served on the board of trustees of the Pasadena Unified School District in the 60s.
Moreover, Charles Munger is highly interested in politics and supports Democratic Party whereas, her brother Charles Munger Jr is involved in Republican Politics. Furthermore, Charles financially backed 2010 California Proposition 20 and the 2008 California Proposition 11.
Molly Munger’s Husband & Relationship
Talking about her personal life, Munger is currently married to Stephen English. The Advancement Project was co-founded by Molly and her husband Stephen. Nick English, a scout for the Texas Rangers, is one of their two adult sons.
Molly Munger’s Net Worth and Wealth
Molly Munger earns a significant sum of money from her successful career in the law firm. In addition, she is entitled to her billionaire father’s riches. The details on the net worth of Molly have not been revealed yet however the net value of her father is roughly $2.5 billion USD.
Talking about her academics, Molly has impressive educational credits. She is a Harvard Law School and Radcliffe College graduate. Munger went to Pasadena’s John Muir High School. She attended Westridge School, a private, all-girls boarding school, before attending John Muir. She later graduated with a law degree from Harvard Law School in 1974.
Molly Munger’s Professional Career
Molly Munger is a former federal prosecutor, who also served on the board of First 5 California for four years. Molly worked as Western Regional Counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund with her recent law partner, Connie Rice, from 1994 to 1998. Molly has since worked as an Assistant United States Attorney, a partner in the all-female law firm Baird, Munger & Meyers, and a partner in Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson’s Los Angeles office. In addition to this, she is the board member of the James Irvine Foundation which is focused on philanthropic works. She is also a member as well as a former board of trustees of Occidental College.
Furthermore, Munger is currently a member of the James Irvine Foundation and UNITE-LA Boards of Directors. She is a former board member of Children Now, Occidental College, and the Westridge School for Girls, as well as a former commissioner on the First 5 California Commission.