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Chelsea Clinton Net Worth, Political Pedigree & Financial Frontier



Chelsea Clinton Net Worth

Explore Chelsea Clinton’s financial journey and net worth of $30 million in this article. Beyond being the daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton, Chelsea has forged her path as an author, consultant, and board member.

Her involvement with organizations like McKinsey & Company and IAC, coupled with her successful children’s book series, has contributed significantly to her wealth.

This article delves into Chelsea Clinton’s various sources of income, her philanthropic endeavors, and her impact on both the corporate and literary landscapes.

Chelsea Clinton Net Worth

Chelsea Clinton Net Worth and Salary

Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State/Senator Hillary Clinton, has a net worth of $30 million, combined with her husband Marc Mezvinsky, a partner at TPG.


She earned her share through roles at McKinsey & Company and serving on corporate boards like the IAC.

Salary Highlights

A January 2020 SEC filing disclosed that Chelsea Clinton earned $9 million in compensation from IAC, where she served on the board with Barry Diller.

Previously, she earned a $250,000 annual base salary as a board member at Expedia. Additionally, she received $600,000 from NBC during 2013 and 2014.

Early Life and Education

Chelsea Victoria Clinton was born on February 27, 1980, in Little Rock, Arkansas, during her father Bill’s first term as governor.

Hillary recalled that they chose the name Chelsea after hearing Judy Collins’ recording of Joni Mitchell’s “Chelsea Morning” in 1960.

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Academically gifted like her parents, Chelsea was reading by age three and skipped third grade.

In 1993, her father became the 42nd President of the United States, and the family moved to Washington, D.C.

Chelsea attended Sidwell Friends School, where she graduated in 1997 as a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist.

Her father delivered the graduation address, expressing fondness for the class. Sidwell Friends is known as the “Harvard of Washington, D.C.’s private schools,” also attended by Sasha and Malia Obama.

Chelsea pursued her undergraduate studies at Stanford University, graduating with the highest honors in history in 2001.


She later earned an MPhil degree in international relations from Oxford University in 2003 and completed her MPH degree at Columbia University’s School of Public Health in 2010.

She began teaching at Columbia University in 2012.

Real Estate

In 2008, Marc and Chelsea bought a three-bedroom, 1,922-square-foot condo in central Manhattan for $4 million.

The condo, located on the tenth floor, features an open chef’s kitchen and spacious living and dining rooms under ten-foot ceilings.

In 2013, Mezvinsky and Clinton sold this condo for $4.75 million and purchased a larger, 5,000-square-foot apartment worth $10.5 million.


The new apartment, just blocks away, spans the longest city block between 26th and 27th streets in Manhattan.

It boasts luxurious, ultra-modern design and “environmentally-conscious” features, offering stunning views of Madison Square Park.

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Professional Career

After graduating from Stanford and Oxford, Clinton worked at McKinsey & Company and Avenue Capital Group.

She then co-chaired a fundraising week for the Clinton Foundation and became its vice chair. Clinton serves on the board of the School of American Ballet and on IAC’s board of directors.

NBC hired Chelsea as a special correspondent in late 2011, allowing her to continue her work with the Clinton Foundation and pursue her graduate degrees.


NBC renewed her contract in February 2012, which she left in late summer 2014.

Since 2011, Clinton has played a prominent role at the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, serving on its board, delivering paid speeches, and donating her earnings back to the foundation.

The Clinton Foundation focuses on improving global health, empowering women, and fostering economic growth.

Clinton is also an accomplished author of children’s books, including bestsellers like “She Persisted: 13 American Women Who Changed the World.”

She is currently working on an Olympic-themed addition to her “She Persisted” series, highlighting women in sports.


In 2020, Clinton announced plans to launch Metrodora Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on healthcare startups.

She aims to invest in innovative projects like Poppy Seed Health, a pregnancy support app.

Involvement in Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaigns

In December 2007, Chelsea Clinton began campaigning in Iowa to support her mother’s bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.

She toured college campuses nationwide, speaking at 100 colleges over five months. Despite her efforts, Hillary Clinton lost the nomination to Barack Obama in the 2008 race.

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Chelsea continued her active involvement in her mother’s 2016 presidential campaign, appearing at over 200 public events across the country.


In July 2016, she delivered a personal and emotional tribute to her mother at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, highlighting her upbringing and her mother’s dedication to issues and public service.

Personal Life

In 2010, Chelsea Clinton married investment banker Marc Mezvinsky.

The Clintons and Mezvinsky families were friends in the 1990s, and their children met at a Democratic political retreat in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

The couple got engaged over Thanksgiving weekend in 2009. After their honeymoon, they settled in New York City’s Gramercy Park neighborhood.

They married in an interfaith ceremony in Rhinebeck, New York, with the reception at Astor Courts, Kathleen Hammer’s estate, overlooking the Hudson River.


On April 17, 2014, Chelsea announced at a New York forum that she and Marc were expecting their first child.

Their daughter, Charlotte, was born on September 26, 2014. Chelsea and Marc’s son, Aidan, followed on June 18, 2016. Their third child, Jasper, was born on July 22, 2019.

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