Teresa Heinz Kerry Net Worth $200 Million
Teresa Heinz Kerry developed her net worth as an Heiress of H.J. Heinz business and as a successful businesswoman in her own right. Teresa Heinz Kerry married Henry John Heinz in 1966 and became a naturalized citizen five years after. The couple had three kids. She became the seat of Heinz Endowments and The Heinz Family Philanthropies, doling out cash to societal and environmental causes. Through the Heinz endowments, she co-founded the Alliance of Healthy Home in 1990. The system supporters children’s well-being. 1993, she also co-founded Second Nature, which bring instruction sustainability to school campuses and in 1995 she founded the Heinz awards. In added to her work, Heinz Kerry get $20 million, from Heinz endowments, to develop the Heinz Center, an association focused on enhancing scientific and economical problems. For her efforts, Heinz Kerry received the Albert Schweitzer Gold Alloy for Humanitarian in 2003. After Henry John Heinz died in a chopper crash in 1991, Teresa wed former Democratic Senator and present Secretary of State John Kerry in 1995.
Heinz has declined to reveal her personal tax returns, mentioning family trusts and secrecy. Teresa Heinz Kerry’s estimated net worth is $200 million. According to her most recently published income tax of 2003, Kerry and Heinz paid an effective national income tax rate of 12%. Heinz and Kerry live an affluent life.