Kellyann Conway: biography

Who is she – one of the most influential counselors of Donald trump?

Full name: Kelliann Elizabeth Conway

Age: 49

Place of birth: Camden, new Jersey

Education: scientist (Trinity College in Washington), a lawyer (George Washington University)

Marital status: married (spouse – George T. Conway III), children – a son and three daughters

Religious affiliation: Catholicism

Party affiliation: Republican

Career

Worked in company Wirthlin Group and Luntz Research Companies, until he founded 1995 his own firm, The Polling Company

Conway conducted the demographic and evaluation surveys for companies such as American Express, ABC News and Major League Baseball

In August 2015, Conway became President of the Super-Committee on political activity to Keep the Promise I, who supported the election campaign of 2016 candidate-Republican Ted Cruz

July 1, 2016 , Donald trump has appointed Conway as its senior Advisor. In August 2016, Conway became the third head of the electoral headquarters of the trump and the first woman in this position among Republicans.

Curriculum vitae

Killian, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick was born 20 Jan 1967 in Camden, new Jersey. Kelliann father owned a small company engaged in freight transportation, and her mother worked in a Bank. Kelliann’s parents divorced when she was three years old.

In adolescence, Kelliann eight years worked in the summer at the blueberry farm in the town of Anoka, mn to new Jersey. The Conway often said that this summer job made her hardworking. At 16 she won the beauty contest of the state, and in 20 won the League title for the collection of blueberries. She often repeats: “Everything I know about life and business, I owe to work on the farm.”

In 1989 year, Conway received a bachelor’s degree in political science, and in 1992 he received a doctorate in law, faculty of law at the George Washington University.

Conway began working in politics with a position in the company Wirthlin Group and Luntz Research Companies, but soon in 1995 year founded his own firm, The Polling Company. Company Conway were engaged in interviews and she has worked with such major clients as credit card company American Express, ABC News and Major League baseball.

Conway has repeatedly acted as a commentator on news channels ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN, MSNBC, NY1 and Fox News Channel, and also participated in several radio programs. She even won the Washington Post’s “Crystal ball” for correctly predicted the outcome of the presidential election of 2004.

In 2005 year, Conway, in conjunction with Selinda lake has published a book entitled “What do women really want: How American women are quietly erasing political, racial, class and religious boundaries and change our way of life”.

In August 2015 Conway became President of the super-Committee on political activity to Keep the Promise I, who supported the election campaign of 2016 candidate-Republican Ted Cruz. However, after the nomination of the Donald trump organization changed its name and turned into a “Make America first.” Unofficially it was called the “false Defeat Hillary”.

July 1, 2016 , Donald trump has appointed Conway as its senior adviser, and in August she became the head of the electoral headquarters of the trump and the first woman in this position among Republicans.

Quotes

About Donald Trump:

“Donald trump is not talking about deportations. He talks about honesty and humanity.”

About Hillary Clinton:

“Ask Hillary Clinton why it takes tens of millions of dollars from the leaders of the countries where hate and do not respect women, homosexuals thrown from the roofs of buildings”.

Of Kellyann Conway:

“Kellyann Conway was a breath of fresh air for the Republican party. Now Donald, I think, has become more disciplined”. (Paul Ryan, speaker of the house of representatives)

“Stephen Bannon works not in public and not seeking to be on television – unlike a certain woman we all know that only wants to talk about how smart she is, which I think does not help in the presidential race. I wish the leaders of the election headquarters were not on TV”. (Roger stone, American political consultant)