Van Jones Net Worth: Van Jones is an American author, news commentator, and layer who has a net worth of $5 million as of 2023. Jones is best known for being three-time featured on the list of New York Times bestselling authors, as well as a CNN host (political commentator), and contributor. He gained popularity in the country after becoming the co-founder of various organizations which are non-profitable including, Ella Backer Center for Human Rights, Dream Corps, and the Color of Change.
Moreover, Van Jones has won the Emmy Award and served as a former as former American President Barack Obama’s Special Advisor for Green Jobs in 2009. He became the host and co-host of many CNN shows such as Crossfire, The Messy Truth, The Redemption Project with Van Jones, and The Van Jones Show. So in this post, we are going to talk about the total net worth of Va Jones his salary, income sources, career, biography, lifestyle, relationships, and a lot more.
Net Worth 2023:
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
Van Jones was born Anthony Kapel Jones on the 20th of September, 1968, in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee. He is the only son of Willie Anthony and Loretta Jean (née Kirkendoll). Jones grew up alongside his twin sister named Angela Jones. His father worked as a principal in the middle school while Jones’s mother was a school teacher.
While growing up he used to attend religious conferences with his grandfather. Moving on to his education, Jones attended a public school called, Jackson Central-Merry High School from where he completed his school graduation back in 1986. Then he decided to pursue studies and enrolled at the University of Tennessee at Martin (UT Martin), from where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in communication and political science.
He then graduated from Yale Law School with his Juris Doctor after moving to Connecticut. After that Van immediately relocated to San Francisco and became the co-founder of Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement (STORM) a socialist collective. It protested against police brutality.
Van Jones first entered the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, which had brought him to the town as a legal observer. Later he initiated their project of Bay Area PoliceWatch in 1995. In the very next year, Jones came up as the founder of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights. He and PoliceWatch conducted a campaign to attain the firing of officer Marc Andaya from the city of San Francisco Police Department between 1996 to 1997. To defeat Proposition 21, Jones led another campaign in 1999 and 2000 and this would raise penalties for sort of crimes. In 2007, he entered the Clinton Global Initiative and reveals his plan to launch Green for All.
The popular television channel, CNN revealed that Jones would be the co-host of a re-boot of the political debate show called “Crossfire”. He was named to appear on the show alongside, Gingrich, S.E. Cupp, and Stephanie Cutter and it was aired on September 16th, 2013.
In 2013 Jones was named as Special Advisor for Green Jobs by the Obama administration after founding several non-government organizations (NGOs) and leading campaigns. Apart from appearing on this show, Jones also began hosting other shows including, The Messy Truth with Van Jones and The Redemption Project with Van Jones. Van Jones got an opportunity from the former CEO of Amazon named Jeff Bezos who called him the recipient of the Inaugural (2021) Courage and Civility Award. From that point forward Jones got the chance to distribute $100 million to non-profit organizations of his preference.
The political commentator Jones came up as a three-time New York Times bestselling author. His most popular books which topped the list, include, The Green Collar Economy (2008), Rebuild the Dream (2012), and Beyond the Messy Truth: How We Came Apart (2017), How We Come Together (2020).
Van Jones is presently serving as the CEO of the REFORM Alliance, the initiative established by the rappers Jay-Z and Meek Mill to change the criminal justice method. He was also a longtime associate of singer Prince.
In 2005, Van Jones started his relationship with Jana Carter, and together they have two sons namely Mattai and Cabral. Later in 2019, the two decided to get separated and got divorced.
|Full Name||Anthony Kapel Jones|
|Age||53 years old|
|Date Of Birth||September 20, 1968|
|Birth Place||Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee,
|Height||6 ft 2 in (188 cm)|
|Weight||80 kg (176.5 lbs)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Father||Willie Anthony Jones|
|Education Qualification||Bachelor of Science degree|
Van Jones Net Worth:
As of 2023, Van Jones Net Worth is estimated to be around $5 million. He is well known American author, news commentator, and lawyer who came to the limelight after being a CNN political commentator. He is also serving as a co-founder of so many organizations and all of them are non-profitable. In 2008, the World Economic Forum gave him the honor of “Young Global Leader”. Then in 2009, Jones found himself on the list of Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World”.
In 2012 Van Jones was listed as one of the “12 Leaders Who Get Things Done” by the popular magazine named Rolling Stone. Furthermore, the Magic Labs Media company is also founded by Jones. He is a 2020 Emmy Award winner in the category of Outstanding Original Interactive Program for the virtual reality documentary titled The Messy Truth VR Experience.
Currently, Van Jones net worth of approximately $5 million and he is taking an annual salary of $1 million. Some of the most popular works which earned him success include, Performed as former President Barack Obama’s Special Advisor for Green Jobs, the 2012s Autobiography Rebuild the Dream, 2017s Autobiography Beyond the Messy Truth, and is the CEO of the REFORM Alliance.