Neil Clark Warren Net Worth

Neil Clark Warren Net Worth:
$500 Million
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Neil Clark Warren Net Worth: Neil Clark Warren is an American psychologist, theologian, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker who has a net worth of $500 million dollars. Born in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1934, Neil Clark Warren grew up fascinated by the differences between his parents despite their long marriage. He studied at Pepperdine University and later earned his graduate degree at Princeton Theological Seminary before receiving a psychology Ph.D.

from the University of Chicago. Warren developed a career in clinical psychology in the Windy City and spent 35 years in private practice while focusing primarily on cultivating lasting, happy relationships between couples. In 2000, he and his son-in-law founded popular dating website Warren served as Chairman until 2007 before returning as CEO five years later. He is the author of a handful of books, most focusing on finding the right partner. Warren's titles include "Finding the Love of Your Life", "Date or Soul Mate?: How to Know if Someone Is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less", and "Learning to Live with the Love of Your Life". He is outspoken about his religious beliefs, and often attributes eHarmony's success to its daily promotion on and partnership with Focus on the Family, a religious-driven radio show. His personal beliefs on same-sex marriage have influenced eHarmony's decision not to offer homosexual matches for users. Warren and his wife, Marylyn, have three children together.

Neil Clark Warren Net Worth

Neil Clark Warren

Net Worth:$500 Million
Date of Birth:Sep 18, 1934 (87 years old)
Profession:Psychologist, Clinical psychologist
Nationality:United States of America
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