Anne D Neal Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Husband, Children, Height
Anne D Neal is the former president of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA). Anne D. Neal was born in 1954 in America as Anne deHayden Neal. As of 2019, she is about 65 years old.
Anne spent her childhood in Indiana, where her father was the editor of the Noblesville Daily Ledger, a small-town newspaper. She holds American nationality.
J.D. from Harvard Law School
She graduated magna cum laude as a member of Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard College in 1977 with an A.B. in American history and literature. Likewise, Neal also earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1980.
During her high school days, Neal served as the first female editor of the Harvard Journal on Legislation. She looks quite fit and looks more decent in her brown pair of eyes and short dark brown hair.
Anne D Neal’s Net Worth and Salary
Anne D. Neal makes quite good earnings from her career. Though the exact net worth of Neal is not given, we guess her net worth is around millions. Not only from her career, but she also lives a very wealthy and happy life being the wife of Congressman Tom Petri.
As she doesn’t open up about her personal details in the media, it’s quite difficult to predict her lifestyle. But, being involved in the good field and also being the wife of a wealthy person, without any doubts, she is playing in the millions. However, her daughter the Washington Post humor columnist Alexandra Petri has an estimated net worth of about $10 million.
Who is Anne D Neal Husband?
Talking about her personal life, Neal is a married woman. She was married to former U.S Congressman Tom Petri. Though the marriage date of the couple is not revealed, the couple is spending a very happy married life together. Information on how the couple met and got engaged is not revealed. Moreover, they share a daughter together named Alexandra Petri. She is also the humor columnist at the Washington Post.
Not only Neal but Tom also doesn’t like to open up in the media about their personal life. As there are no rumors abo0ut the couple to this date, we can guess that they are spending a very blessed life together. Likewise, Neal has also not got any awards to this date.
A career as a writer
Besides this, Neal’s writing has been published in the Washington Examiner, Inside Higher Ed, the Washington Post, and National Review Online. Along with this, Neal has testified before the Commission on the Future of Higher Education, the United States Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, the Louisiana Postsecondary Education Commission, as well as the California Advisory Committee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission.
Moving forward, she has also presented at conferences sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), the University of Notre Dame, the Foreign Policy Association, the Association of American Colleges and Universities, Montana State University, and so on.
Anne D Neal’s Career
- Ann D. Neal began her career as an attorney at the firm of Rogers & Wells in New York City, where she specialized in First Amendment law.
- After that, she also served as an associate at Wiley Rein in Washington, D.C. Later on, she served as senior vice president of corporate legal affairs for the Recording Industry Association of America.
- There she was involved in the RIAA’s campaign to oppose mandatory lyrics labeling.
- Moreover, in the early 1990s, Neal served as general counsel and congressional liaison for the National Endowment for the Humanities under Lynne V. Cheney.
- There she addressed issues including academic freedom, intellectual diversity, and historical literacy.
- Along with this Neal co-founded the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (then known as the National Alumni Forum) in 1995.
- She collaborated with Cheney, Joe Lieberman, former Colorado governor Richard Lamm, the former University of Colorado at Boulder president and U.S. Senator Hank Brown, Nobel Laureate Saul Bellow, and sociologist David Riesman for this council.
- Moving forward, Neal also served as vice president and general counsel of the organization from 1995–2003 before succeeding Jerry L. Martin as president in 2003.
- After that, Neal was appointed to the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity, an advisory body that makes recommendations to the United States Secretary of Education in both 2007 and 2010.