Lori Elaine Lightfoot, more popular as Lori Lightfoot, is a loyal and longtime servant in the American political landscape who currently serves as the mayor of Chicago. She happens to be the 56th prestigious mayor of the state, who previously worked in private legal practice as a partner in 'Mayer Brown.'
Lori Lightfoot assumed the office on May 20, 2019, preceding the likes of Rahm Emanuel. She is an empowered woman who broke all the boundaries and limits by becoming the first openly lesbian African-American woman to be the mayor a big city in the United States.
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The 59-year-old is the second woman after Jane Byrne to be the mayor of Chicago. Stay right here as we bring you all the details about the net worth, the personal life of the inspiring figurehead.
Lori Lightfoot's Blissful Married Life
Lori Lightfoot's personal life is equally resounding as his professional success as she broke all the stereotypes to be happily married, despite being a lesbian.
The artist is married to Amy Eshleman, who happens to be a former Chicago Public Library team member. You would be surprised to know how her partner happens to be a full-time parent to their adorable daughter, Vivian.
In their lavish property, Lori Lightfoot, her partner, and kid live in the Logan Square neighborhood on Chicago's Northwest Side. Besides her day-to-day life, she loves watching sports as a season ticket holder for Chicago White Sox.
Talking about Lori Lightfoot's background, the inspiring diva was born in Massillon, Ohio. She was the youngest child in her family out of four kids to a factory worker, father, and a school board member mom.
Lori Lightfoot's Colossal Net Worth
Regarding finances and incomes, Lori Lightfoot amasses a whopping net worth of $1 million as of 2021. Such a colossal bank balance helps her to enjoy a lavish lifestyle around all sorts of modern-day amenities. The Chicago mayor doesn't like to showcase her wealth and prefers to live a humble life.
Lori Lightfoot started her professional career as an assistant US Attorney in 1996, which started her noble journey in service. The lesbian politician further mentioned how the desire to face injustice and oppression led her to represent the African-American community in an interview.
Lori Lightfoot's decade-long career in the service sector turned big on May 10, 2018, when she announced her candidacy for Mayor of Chicago in the 2019 elections. The Democratic member party beat Toni Preckwinkle in a runoff election.
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