Elise Stefanik is an American politician who operates as a U.S. politician. Stefanik is a Representative for the 21st Congressional District of New York since 2015. Stefanik is a graduate from one of the most prestigious Ivy League universities, Harvard. Stefanik began her career as a mere Domestic Policy Council in the era and administration of George W. Bush, and sooner than later became the youngest woman to be elected to Congress in the year 2014.
Elise Stefanik has a Net Worth of $2 million
Stefanik has accumulated a total net worth of $2 million according to Bio wikis. Solely by Stefanik has accumulated her net worth only through her career in Politics. While at Harvard, Stefanik was bestowed upon with an Honorable mention for the Women’s leadership award. However, in a turn of events the same Harvard, through The Harvard Institute of Politics has removed Stefanik from their Senior Advisory Committee.
Why Stefanik Was Removed From Senior Advisory Committee
In the recent turn of events that led to the riot at the US Capitol, the Harvard Institute of Politics had originally requested Stefanik to step down Pointing to her baseless accusations of voting irregularities in the November elections, according to Elmendorf.
Furthermore, Elmendorf who is the Harvard Kennedy School Dean published recently in a letter the following statements:
“Elise has made public assertions about voter fraud in November’s presidential election that has no basis in evidence, and she has made public statements about court actions related to the election that is incorrect,” and “Moreover, these assertions and statements do not reflect policy disagreements but bear on the foundations of the electoral process through which this country’s leaders are chosen.”
When the New York representative denied, she was removed from the board. Stefanik was among the 147 House Republicans who voted against the election win of President-elect Joe Biden.
On Twitter, Stefanik, who graduated from Harvard College in 2006, accused Harvard of “going to the woke of the Far-Left” and exposing academia’s “sneering disdain for everyday Americans.” Stefanik’s Institute which catered to Politics Biography which was deleted from the internet formerly listed her as “a graduate of Harvard College and the youngest GOP woman ever elected to Congress,” and described an eight-to-ten-week internship open to Harvard students in her office.
The Politician’s Personal Life
Elise hails from a well to do family, Stefanik’s parents were in the business of premium plywood products and are in fact its owners. Stefanik has one brother. Stefanik is married to Matthew Manda, who she met in the year 2012 in Washington DC. Stefanik got hitched in the year 2017 at Saratoga Springs. Stefanik’s husband Manda happens to be in the profession of marketing and communication and he holds the position of Director in the Media Group of America.