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Jennifer Siebel Biography

Jennifer Siebel is an American filmmaker and actress born on 19th June 1974 in San Francisco, California, United States. She is the director, writer, and producer of the film Miss Representation

Jennifer Siebel Age

Jennifer Siebel is 44 years old as of 2018.

Jennifer Siebel Height

Jennifer Siebel stands at a height of 1.7 m.

Jennifer Siebel Net worth

Jennifer Siebel has an estimated net worth of $10 million.

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Jennifer Siebel Family

Jennifer Siebel was born to Kenneth Siebel and Judy Siebel. Her father
is an investor manager. Her mother was the co-founder of Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito. She grew up in Ross, Marin County, California.

Jennifer Siebel Siblings

Jennifer Siebel has four sisters Melissa Siebel Schiller, Brooke Mitchell, Jessica Siebel and Stacey Siebel, and she is the oldest of among his four sisters.

Jennifer Siebel Husband

Jennifer Siebel is the second wife of Gavin Newsom the former San Francisco Mayor and current Governor of California. She met Gavin on a blind date set up by a mutual friend at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in October 2006. The couple announced their engagement in January 2008. The couples were blessed with four children.

Jennifer Siebel Children

Jennifer Siebel has four children Hunter Siebel Newsom, Dutch William Siebel Newsom, Montana Tessa Siebel Newsom and Brooklynn Siebel Newsom.

Jennifer Siebel Education

Jennifer Siebel attended Ross Grammar School and The Branson School. During high school, she played varsity basketball, soccer, and tennis. She later joined Stanford University where she got her degree in Bachelor of Business Administration in 1996 and later got her Masters in 2001. She also studied at the American Conservatory Theater, where she completed a certificate program.

Jennifer Siebel Career

Jennifer Siebel joined the Hollywood where she produced her movies and songs in 2002. She got many roles in television, film, and theater. She has appeared television shows such as Life, Mad Men, Strong Medicine, and Numb3rs. She has been premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival to mostly positive reviews. The film went on to screen at numerous other festivals, including the San Francisco International Film Festival, Athena Film Festival and won the Audience Award at the Palo Alto International Film Festival.

On February 10, 2011, the Oprah Winfrey announced that she had acquired the film for the OWN Documentary Film Club.
Newsom raised $101,111 on Kickstarter to fund the production of her second film The Mask You Live In, which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Newsom’s third and most recent film was The Great American Lie.
She co-founded The Representation Project, an organization which works to end gender stereotypes. The Representation Project’s board members include Jan Yanehiro, Nathan Ballard, Susie McCormick, and Maureen Pelton.

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Documentary filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the wife of Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, has spoken out about her experience with embattled Hollywood studio boss Harvey Weinstein following a New York Times report about the producer’s alleged history of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior with women and related legal settlements. “Based on my years in the industry and unfortunately, my own personal experience with Harvey Weinstein, I can tell you that I believe every single word that was written in the extremely disturbing, but not all that shocking, New York Times piece published yesterday,” she wrote in an article for the Huffington Post. “Not all that shocking because very similar things happened to me.”

Siebel Newsom did not disclose the exact details of her interactions with Weinstein. But she described the circumstances of her experiences with him, which were similar to those described by actress Ashley Judd and others. More than half of the money raised for the most contested House races in California is going to candidates in Orange County, another indication of its starring role in the Democratic effort to win back control of the House next year. Of the 80 or so challengers in California, 27 are running in Orange County. A Los Angeles Times analysis of this year’s campaign finance filings found it is also where the cash is going to: About $15 million of the nearly $28.5 million raised this year for 13 key races went to candidates in just four Orange County districts:

Billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer says his online petition asking Congress to impeach President Trump garnered more than 1.1 million signatures in its first week. Last week, Steyer began airing an ad calling for Trump’s impeachment and asking viewers to sign his petition urging Congress to do so. He has spent more than $10 million to air the ad nationwide, including during the World Series. Trump attacked the effort — and Steyer — on Twitter after the ad ran during “Fox and Friends” on Friday. Steyer’s staff members said they haven’t determined whether the president’s tweet boosted the signature effort. California no longer should give specific tax incentives to businesses and instead should provide broad-based tax relief, the state’s nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office said in a new report.

The analyst’s office examined California Competes, a program that began four years ago to give tax credits to businesses looking to move to the state or remain here, and found it puts existing companies that don’t receive the awards at a disadvantage without clear benefits to the overall economy. “Picking winners and losers inevitably leads to problems. In the case of California Competes, we are struck by how awarding benefits to a select group of businesses harms their competitors in California,” the report said. “We also think the resources consumed by the program are not as focused as they should be on winning economic development competitions with other states to attract major employers that sell to customers around the country and the world.” A coalition including police officers and prosecutors on Monday proposed a California state initiative that would end early release of rapists and child traffickers and expand the number of crimes for which authorities could collect DNA samples from those convicted. The ballot measure is sponsored by the California Public Safety Partnership, and would reverse some elements of Proposition 47, which was approved by voters in 2014 and reduced some crimes deemed nonviolent from a felony to a misdemeanor. The proposed initiative would add 15 crimes to the list of violent crimes for which early release is not an option, including child abuse, rape of an unconscious person, trafficking a child for sex, domestic violence and assault with a deadly weapon.


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