Who is Ron Klain?
Ronald A. Klain most commonly known as Ron Klain is an American political consultant and lawyer. He served as a Chief-staff to Vice Presidents AI Gore and Joe Biden. He also served as the White House Ebola Response Coordinator. Kalin was a senior advisor in the Presidential campaign of Joe Biden. He is a democrat.
Ron Klain Personal Details
|Full Name||Ronald A. Klain|
|Nick Name||Ron Klain|
|Date of Birth||August 8, 1961|
|Birth Place||Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A|
|Age||59 years old|
|Education||North Central High SchoolGeorgetown University (BA)Harvard University (JD)|
|Net Worth||$1 Million to $5Million|
|Profession||Lawyer, Political Consultant|
|Social Media||Twitter / Instagram|
Ron Klain Age, Birthday
Ron Klain was born on 8th August 1961 in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S. He is 59 years old as of November 2020. He celebrates his birthday on the 8th of August, each year.
Ron Klain Family
Ron Klain was born in Indiana to Jewish parents. His father was a building contractor and his mother, a travel agent. He was the first person to attend college in his family. He has a sister, Marlo Klain who covers car racing for ESPN.
Ron Klain Education
Ron Klain graduated from North Central High School in 1979. During his school days, he was on the school’s Brain Game team where he was season runner-up. In 1983, he earned a B.A. degree summa cum laude from Georgetown University. He received a J.D. degree magna cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1987.
Ron Klain Career
Ron Klain served as a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Byron White from 1987 to 1988. From 1989 to 1992, he served in the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary as a Chief Counsel. He also worked for U.S. Representative Ed Markey as legislative director. Kalin was appointed as the Staff Director of the Senate Democratic Leadership Committee by senator Tom Daschle in 1995.
In 1992, Ron Klain joined the Clinton-Gore campaign and he got involved in Bill Clinton’s presidential campaigns. He became Chief-Staff and Counselor to Attorney General, Janet Reno in 1994. Also, in 1995, he was Chief-Staff to AI Gore.
Ron Klain joined the Washington, D.C. law firm office of O’Melveny & Myers in October 1999. He returned to the Gore campaign in 2000 where he was General Counselor of Gore’s Recount Committee.
Ron Kalin was signed up as a lobbyist for clients including Fannie Mae until 2005. He also served as an advisor to Wesley Clack in the 2004 presidential campaign. He also worked as an informal adviser to Evan Bayh. Kalin left his partnership at O’Melveny & Myers in 2005 and became Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Revolution LLC.
Klain was chosen to serve as Chief-Staff to Vice President, Joe Biden on November 12, 2008. He worked with Biden serving as a counselor to the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary. He also assisted in speech writing during Biden’s 1988 presidential campaign. In January 2011, Klain was mentioned as Chief of Staff for White House as a replacement of Rahm Emanuel. He was also selected as the Ebola Response Coordinator on 17th October 2014. His appointment was criticized in The New York Times. His term as Ebola coordinator ended in February 2015. After that Ron Klain worked for the Skoll Foundation Global Threats Fund as an external adviser. He also serves as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at the Revolution LLC, the investment firm.
Ron Klain Wife, Children
Ron Klain married Monica Medina, a lawyer, and environmental activist. She also served as the Principal Deputy Undersecretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere. Currently, she works for the Walton Family Foundation.
They have three children together, a daughter named Hannah and two sons, Michael and Daniel.
Ron Klain Net Worth
Ron Klain’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million to $5 million. His primary income source is from being a politician and a successful lawyer.
Ron Klain Social Media Accounts
Ron Klain was portrayed in the 2008’HBO movie titled, Recount. The movie was played by actor Kevin Spacey depicting the presidential election of 2000.