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Heidi Cruz Biography, Net Worth, Husband, Age, Text, Height, Career & History

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Heidi Suzanne Cruz (née Nelson; born August 7, 1972) is an American managing director[2][n 1] at Goldman Sachs, the position she has held since 2012. After completing her tertiary education at Claremont McKenna College, the Université libre de Bruxelles, and finally Harvard Business School, she served in the Bush White House.

During her tenure in the administration she served various roles including economic director for the Western Hemisphere at the National Security Council and as economic policy adviser to George W. Bush’s 2000 presidential campaign. In 2001, she married future U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, with whom she has two daughters. In his 2016 presidential campaign, she took a leave of absence to work as his primary fundraiser and surrogate.

Heidi Cruz Profile – Personal Information – Date Of Birth, Age, Nationality/Country – Origin & Religion

Full Name: Heidi Suzanne Nelson
Father Name: Peter Christian Nelson
Mother Name: Suzanne Jane
Born: Heidi Suzanne Nelson, August 7, 1972 (age 48), San Luis Obispo, California, U.S.
Nationality/Country: United States, America
Job/Occupation: Politician
Origin/Ethinc/Tribe: Native White American
Religion: Christianity
Education: Claremont McKenna College (BA)
Université libre de Bruxelles (MA)
Harvard University (MBA)
Political Party: Republican
Marital Status: Married
Marriage Date: May 27, 2001
Husband: Senator Ted Cruz (m. 2001)
Children’s: Two (2)
Children Names: Caroline and Catherine
Attended University: Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management
College: Claremont McKenna College
High School: Valley View Adventist Academy and Monterey Bay Academy.
Educational Qualification: Masters of European Business degree
Net Worth: $2.5 Million US Dollar

Heidi Cruz Early And Personal Life

Heidi Suzanne Nelson was born on August 7, 1972, in San Luis Obispo, California, to Suzanne Jane (née Rouhe),[4] a dental hygienist, and Peter Christian Nelson, a dentist.[5] Nelson was raised as a Seventh-day Adventist.[6][7] 

During a part of Nelson’s childhood, she lived with her family in Kenya, Nigeria, and throughout Asia, where they served as missionaries, while both parents participated in dental health work.[7][8][9][10] Nelson became interested in business as a child, and sold homemade bread with her brother, Scott.[11][12]

Nelson attended Valley View Adventist Academy in Arroyo Grande, near her home town of San Luis Obispo. She completed her secondary education in 1990, at Monterey Bay Academy, an Adventist boarding school about 150 miles north in La Selva Beach, California.[12] Following high school, Nelson attended Claremont McKenna College, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Economics and International Relations in 1994.[13][14] While attending the school, she was active in the student Republican group.[15] 

While at Claremont McKenna, she studied abroad at the University of Strasbourg.[16] In 1995, she received a Masters of European Business degree from Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management of the Université libre de Bruxelles in Brussels, Belgium.[14] Her second graduate degree was an MBA from Harvard Business School in 2000.[7][13][17]

Subsequent to getting married in 2001, Cruz moved from Washington D.C. to Texas in 2004, and experienced a period of depression as a result of the transition. [18][19][20][21] Cruz and her husband have two daughters, Caroline and Catherine.[10][22] Since 2011, she characterizes herself as the primary breadwinner of the family.[23] Cruz converted to the Southern Baptist denomination, though she still maintains a vegetarian diet in adherence with her Adventist upbringing.[24]

Heidi Cruz’s messages and her role in the vacation placed her at the center of an international scandal;[25][26][27] in addition to leaving the state during a period of crisis, the Cruzes came under fire for traveling internationally both during the COVID-19 pandemic and during the deadly storm, thereby violating official government guidelines, the guidelines of the school where their daughters are enrolled, and Ted Cruz’s own public recommendations.

Heidi Cruz Family, Children’s & Marital Status

Ted and Heidi Cruz are married, Heidi Cruz has two children’s with her husband Ted and they are both living happy family.

Heidi Cruz Vacation In Cancun

During the winter storm of February 2021, she and her family decided to vacation in Cancún, Mexico; Cruz reportedly messaged friends and neighbors to propose a stay at the Ritz-Carlton, partly on the grounds that the $309 nightly rate was attractive.

Texas Sen. ‘s (R) wife invited a number of friends and neighbors to join them on a last- minute Cancun getaway this week as winter weather left millions without power in the Lone Star State. In group messages obtained by The New York Times, Heidi Cruz stated that her house was “FREEZING” and invited an unspecified number of people to join her family for a trip to the Mexican vacation spot until Sunday.

The messages, which were verified by a second, unnamed person in the thread, invited the friends to join them at the Ritz-Carlton in Cancun and noted the room price this week at $309 per night. She added that her family has stayed there “many times.”

Heidi Cruz Political Career

In 2000, Nelson worked as an economic policy director on the Bush for President campaign, where she met her future husband Ted Cruz.[5] Following her marriage to Ted Cruz in 2001, she went on to work for the Bush administration; she began as a top deputy to U.S. Trade Rep. Robert Zoellick, focusing on economic policy.[6][7][29] Cruz worked as director of the Latin America desk at the Department of Treasury in 2002.[29][30] She taught herself how to speak Spanish between jobs.[31]

In 2003, Cruz reported directly to National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. Cruz eventually became the director for the Western Hemisphere on the National Security Council where she “had Rice’s ear.”[30] During a New York Times interview, Cruz recalled enjoying her tenure with the Bush administration and found her work to be “personally fulfilling.”[32] 

That year, she delivered the commencement address for the graduating class of Tennessee’s Southern Adventist University.[18] After commuting between Washington, D.C. and her husband’s home state of Texas for a year, she moved to Texas in 2004, where she briefly worked for Merrill Lynch.[23] She has previously worked for JPMorgan Chase.[12] In 2005, she began working for Goldman Sachs as a private wealth manager.[33]

From 2005 to 2011, she was an active member of the Council on Foreign Relations and was a member of the Independent Task Force on North America that in 2005, published a report entitled “Building a North American Community.”[29][34] Cruz sits on the Board of Directors for the Greater Houston Partnership.[35] 

After seven years at Goldman Sachs, Cruz was promoted in 2012, to regional head of the Southwest United States for the Investment Management Division in Houston.[7][17][36] In 2019, the Trump Administration interviewed Cruz as a finalist for the position of president of the World Bank.[37]

Heidi Cruz Roles In Presidential Campaign In 2016

Cruz took a leave of absence without pay to participate in her husband’s 2016 presidential campaign.[10] During the campaign, she made multiple solo public appearances, speaking on her husband’s behalf.[38]

 Former George W. Bush administration official Sara Taylor Fagen said she was successful in softening her husband’s image, which she further argued was essential for “a candidate whose main obstacle to the Republican nomination may be tone and personality”, though director of the SuperPAC Our Principles PAC Katie Packer argued her help could only go so far and voters would not support a candidate based on their spouse.[39]

Heidi Cruz Early Campaigning In America

Early in her husband’s campaign, Cruz’s initial role was that of fundraiser, making calls to potential donors, seeking to “max out” investments to the Cruz campaign. Cruz’s call list included donor names provided to her by a super PAC.[7][40][41] 

Campaign chairman Chad Sweet compared Cruz’s ability to make campaign calls to her time at Goldman Sachs, stating, “There are very few spouses who can get on the phone on a cold call to a prospective donor and make a more compelling case in a personal and effective way than Heidi Cruz.”[42]

Beginning in August 2015, Cruz regularly attended presidential debates in which her husband participated.[43] When asked what her role would be as First Lady, she expressed an intent to raise “the standard of living for those at the bottom of the economic ladder in this country”, explaining that her interests are on “the economic side”.[44] During a two-day trip to Alabama in November 2015, she delivered signatures and payment required for her husband to appear on that state’s ballot at the Alabama Republican Party headquarters in Hoover.[45]

On December 3, Cruz returned to Texas to file paperwork for her husband’s name to appear on the state ballot. She acknowledged she had previously filed for his name on ballots in previous states, but also said the Cruz campaign had “a campaign strategy that’s built to last, and we have built a grass-roots army that this country hasn’t seen since Ronald Reagan.”[46][47] Having made televised solo appearances on Fox Business Network,[48] and KTRK-TV,[49] it was noted by Patrick Svitek of The Texas Tribune that she had become more visible in the previous months than she had been before.[50]

Heidi Cruz Primaries In United States

Cruz stumped for her husband in Iowa ahead of the 2016 Republican caucuses, appearing in the state multiple times.[51] Ted Cruz ultimately won the state,[52][53][54][55] which she believed was due to “one strong voice of the people coming together”.[56] For New Hampshire, another early primary state, it was reported in January that she would make stops there to rally support for her husband.[57] In February, Cruz was reported to be headlining a luncheon for Republican women in Reno, Nevada, days before the state’s primary.[58]

Cruz’s campaigning in Texas was viewed by commentators (including potential voters)[59][60][61] as essential to her husband’s winning of his home state on Super Tuesday.[62] At the time of her campaigning in Texas, Ted Cruz was expected to win the state, the move being seen as the Cruz campaign not wanting to take any chances.[63]

According to Cruz, both she and her husband were confident about his prospects of winning.[64] She emphasized the state as both her and her husband’s home state.[65][66] After Super Tuesday, Cruz herself subsequently campaigned independently in North Carolina,[67][68] Illinois,[69] and Missouri.[70][71] 

She then substituted for her husband in Fayetteville, North Carolina,[72][73] speaking at Fayetteville Technical Community College in promotion of him,[74] and jointly appeared with her husband in Wisconsin.[75] Weeks before the state primaries, Cruz appeared in Indiana.[76][77] Ted Cruz dropped out of the primary after a loss in Indiana to Donald Trump on May 3, 2016.[78]

Heidi Cruz Contact Information – Phone Number, Email – Social Media Accounts – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

Below are the social media accounts and contacts information of Heidi Cruz, the accounts are been managed by her, she txt and tweets dailys on her twitter and other social media’s

Twitter: @heidiscruz
Instagram: @heidiscruz

Heidi Cruz Net Worth

The famous Heidi Cruz has an estimated net worth of aroun $2.5 Million US Dollar, according to Gossipgist.com.

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