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Rasheda Ali

Ruku Published On Tue Sep 10 2019   Modified On Mon Nov 18 2019
Rasheda Ali

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Full NameRasheda Ali
First NameRasheda
Last NameAli
Birth NameRasheda Ali
ProfessionPublic speaker, Author
Birth CityFlushing, New York
Birth CountryUnited State of America
Father NameMuhammad Ali
Father ProfessionBoxer
Mother NameKhalilah Ali
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseBob Walsh
No Of Children2- Biaggio Ali Walsh, Nico Ali Walsh
SibilingsMaryum Ali, Jamillah Ali, Muhammad Ali. Jr,  Hana Ali, Laila Ali, Asaad Ali, Miya Ali, and Khaliah Ali.
EducationUniversity of Illinois
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Date of Birth1970


    Body and Relation Status of Rasheda Ali

    What is Rasheda Ali marital status ?Married
    How many children does Rasheda Ali have ?2- Biaggio Ali Walsh, Nico Ali Walsh
    Who is Rasheda Ali married with?Bob Walsh

    Rasheda Ali is a public speaker and author. Besides this, she is well known as one of the daughters of celebrated boxer Muhammad Ali. She is a writer of the book named ‘I'll Hold Your Hand So You Won't Fall.’

    Siblings & Parents

    Born in 1970, in Flushing, New York, United States, Rasheda holds American nationality and belongs to the African-American ethnic group. Rasheda was born to Muhammad Ali and Khalilah Ali

    Snap: Rasheda Ali with her twin sister Jamillah Ali
    Snap: Rasheda Ali with her twin sister Jamillah Ali Source: entertainment tonight 

    Her twin sister is Jamillah Ali. Likewise, she grew up along with her sister Maryum Ali, and a brother Muhammad Ali Jr. Further, she has half-siblings Hana AliLaila AliAsaad AliMiya Ali, and Khaliah Ali

    Schooling And Career

    Ali received a degree from the University of Illinois in Mass Communications along with her twin sister, Jamillah. 

    Rasheda is famous as an author and public speaker. She is a motivational speaker for Parkinson patients. Her father Muhammad also had Parkinson. Rasheda wrote a book named I'll Hold Your Hand So You Won't Fall.

    The book is completely a guide to Parkinson's diseases which is available in four different languages. Besides, the book also received positive feedback from USA Book News and the medical editor of ABC News, Timothy Johnson

    Spouse: Bob Walsh 

    American Public Speaker Rasheda Ali is a married woman. she exchanged the wedding vows with Bob Walsh. Rasheda's husband Walsh is a co-owner of a restaurant called Biaggio's Italian Restaurant situated in Chicago. 

    Wedding Ceremony

    Bob and Rasheda tied the knot in 1997, in Chicago after dating for more than a year. Apart from this, there are no further details of their wedding.

    Image: Rasheda Ali with his husband Bob Walsh
    Image: Rasheda Ali with her husband Bob Walsh Source:

    Rasheda and her spouse are in a marital relationship for over 22 years. The couple shares a strong bond, and they are living a blissful life without facing any rumors. 

    Mother Of Two Children

    Author Ali shares two children with her husband. Their first child, Biaggio Ali Walsh, was born on January 13, 1998, in Chicago, Illinois. Similarly, they welcomed their second child, Nico Ali Walsh in 2008.

    Snap: Biaggio Ali Walsh, son of Rasheda Ali
    Snap: Biaggio Ali Walsh, son of Rasheda Ali Source:

    Rasheda's son Biaggio is a professional American Footballer currently playing for the team UNLV Rebels Football which represents the University of Nevada.   

    Career Earnings and Net Worth 

    The estimated net worth of Rasheda Ali is around $45 million,which is similar to that of Deven DavisBeing an author and public speaker, Rasheda amasses a substantial amount of money.

    As per, Ali is helping 60 thousand people who are suffering from Parkinson's disease. 

    Muhammad Ali, father of Rasheda Ali
    Muhammad Ali, the late father of Rasheda Ali Source:

    Apart from this, her late father Muhammad Ali had an estimated net worth of $80 million at the time of his death on June 3, 2016