Matt Schlapp Net Worth – Children, Net Worth, and Marital Status
Matt Schlapp is an American political activist and lobbyist currently serving as Chairman of the American Conservative Union and Head of Cove Strategies – both with strong ties to President Trump’s administration – as well as being an avid Fox News commentator and having been involved with GOP politics since early 1990s. Born December 18, 1967 in Wichita Kansas.
Schlapp hails from a political family and is best-known for his work with Koch Industries, with headquarters located near Wichita in Kansas. As regional political director for George W. Bush’s presidential campaign in 2000 and extensive experience working with Congress and the White House. Additionally, he serves as spokesperson for both The Freedom Caucus PAC of Koch Brothers’ and former governor Sam Brownback’s political action committees as well.
As chair of ACU, Schlapp is responsible for overseeing an ACU staff of several dozen and budget of millions of dollars. Aside from his duties as ACU chair, Schlapp also plays an active role in Republican politics – he writes regularly for Fox News website while acting as lobbyist; additionally he has spoken at many conferences and events such as CPAC – an annual conservative conference.
At present, Matt Schlapp has amassed a net worth of $9 Million, as evidence of his dedication and success in politics and lobbying. Going forward, his name will no doubt continue to resonate in public service circles.
One of the most frequently asked questions about Matt Schlapp is related to his family and if his children will follow in his footsteps. Below we explore Matt’s personal life in depth to uncover more details on Matt Schlapp’s children, Net Worth and Marital Status.
Matt Schlapp is currently married to Mercedes, and they share five young daughters: Viana Schlapp, Caterina Schlapp, Elissa Schlapp, Ava Schlapp and Lucia Schlapp. Matt and Mercedes met while working at the White House where both held positions of employment at one time or another.
Matt Schlapp was responsible for overseeing key federal public policy efforts concerning environmental and energy policies, financial markets reform, legal reform and both foreign and domestic tax issues during his time at the White House. He advised President Clinton, Vice President Gore, cabinet members as well as congressional representatives and government agencies. In the process of doing this work he gained significant interaction with congressional representatives and government agencies – as well as being recognized for it with an impressive net worth estimated at $9 Million! Matt is widely recognized among some as being among America’s most successful politicians and lobbyists