Christine Pelosi Biography, Age, Mother (Nancy Pelosi), Book, Net Worth

Christine Pelosi Biography

Christine Pelosi (Christine Paule Pelosi) is an American Democratic Party political strategist from California, and is the author of Campaign Boot Camp (2007), a guide to successful campaigning.

Since 2005, Pelosi has directed the AFSCME PEOPLE Congressional Candidates Boot Camp, which prepares Democrats for campaigns and has helped over 40 challengers get elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.

Pelosi’s work in public policy and politics includes service as Executive Director (1998–99), Platform Chair (1995–2008), and Women’s Caucus Chair (2011–present) of the California Democratic Party; Deputy City Attorney (Construction and Trial Teams) and Assistant District Attorney (Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Unit) for the City of San Francisco; U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Special Counsel in the Clinton/Gore Administration (1999–2001); and, Chief of Staff to U.S. Representative John F. Tierney (2001–2005).

She has also served as a board member and the Interim Executive Director of the Young Democrats of America (2011). In addition, she has served as volunteer board member for the National AIDS Memorial Grove and the New Leaders Council.

Christine Pelosi Education

Pelosi holds a JD from the University of California Hastings College of the Law and a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.

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Christine Pelosi Age

She was born on May 5, 1966 in San Francisco, California, United States. She is 52 years old as of 2018.

Christine Pelosi Family | Christine Pelosi Parents

Christine is the daughter of Nancy Pelosi and Paul Pelosi. Her mother, Nancy, is a Democratic and is the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, and her father is a businessman.

Christine Pelosi Siblings

She has four siblings; Nancy Corinne, Jacqueline, Paul, and Alexandra. Her sister Alexandra, is a journalist. She covered the Republican presidential campaigns in 2000 and made a film about the experience, Journeys with George.

Christine Pelosi Husband

Pelosi is married to Peter Kaufman, the son of Rose Kaufman and the film director Philip Kaufman. The couple tied the knot on February 16, 2008, and together they have one daughter named Isabella Kaufman.

She resides within walking distance of the San Francisco Giants’ stadium and serves on the Giants Community Fund board of directors

Christine Pelosi Book

In 2007, Christine published a book, Campaign Boot Camp: Basic Training for Future Leaders, and Campaign Boot Camp 2.0 (2012), books used in her leadership trainings for candidates and causes.

Christine Pelosi Net Worth 

Her net worth has not yet been disclosed to the public.

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‘She knows’: Nancy Pelosi’s daughter reacts to mother’s viral clap at Trump during SOTU

An image showing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi clapping during President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday night went viral, and soon Pelosi’s daughter provided her insight on the moment.

The image shows Pelosi grinning mid-clap, locking eyes with Trump. The exchange happened after the president called for the end of “the politics of revenge, resistance and retribution.”

Christine Pelosi posted to Twitter Wednesday that the image reminded her of her teen years: “She knows. And she knows that you know. And frankly she’s disappointed that you thought this would work. But here’s a clap. #youtriedit”

The interaction comes weeks after a standoff between Trump and congressional Democrats led by Pelosi which led to a partial government shutdown that lasted for more than a month.

As Trump demanded funding for a border wall, Pelosi insisted negotiations must occur while the government was open. Trump ultimately agreed to temporarily end a 35-day government shutdown in late January, even though the short-term funding bill included no money for his border wall.

Social media users widely described the clap as sarcastic. The image also inspired photoshopped memes showing Pelosi condescendingly clapping in various situations, as documented by the HuffPost.


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