Jennifer Van der Heide’s Wikipedia is under review after she got removed from the Interior Department.
Well-known as a political advisor, Jennifer Van der Heide served as the Chief of Staff in the U.S. Department of the Interior since January 2021.
Even after the Biden administration had urged people to take the coronavirus seriously, she allegedly planned a 50-people party in Interior Department’s library.
Is Jennifer Van der Heide On Wikipedia?
Jennifer Van der Heide’s details are yet to be included on Wikipedia. For now, we can read her bio from her official LinkedIn profile.
Thank you to the U.S. Senate for your confirmation vote today. As Secretary of @Interior, I look forward to collaborating with all of you. I am ready to serve. #BeFierce
— Deb Haaland (@DebHaalandNM) March 15, 2021
After working as Deb Haaland‘s Chief Of Staff for more than 2 years, she had resigned from his office in January 2021. Before that, she used to serve as the director of the Washington Office in Hoopa Valley Tribe.
What is Jennifer Age?
Jennifer Van der Heide age is 65 years, as she was born on November 5, 1965.
She will be celebrating her 66th birthday this year. She has more than 25 years of work experience in the public and private sectors.
Everything On Her Husband
Jennifer Van der Heide’s husband’s details are currently unavailable. In fact, we are totally clueless about her love life.
Working as chief of staff, her earnings are definitely high. However, the lady herself has not provided us with her net worth details. Hopefully, Jennifer will reveal all of her missing information soon.
Jennifer Van der Heide Family Life Explored
Jennifer Van der Heide has not spoken about her family until now. All we know is that she was born to her parents in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
She was educated at Tufts University, where she received her B.A. degree in International Relations and Affairs. Later, she completed her J.D. in Public Interest Law from Hastings College of the Law at the University of California.
Trump admin accused of rushing to approve mining deal on land held sacred by Native Americans | TheHill https://t.co/deVbfR4g1M
— Jennifer Vanderheide (@jenvanderheide) December 9, 2020
Currently, she resides with her family in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Furthermore, we can find her on Facebook (private), Twitter (236 followers), and Instagram (445 followers).