Cindy McCain Net Worth

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Cindy McCain net worth:
$200 Million

Cindy McCain net worth: Cindy McCain is an American businesswoman and philanthropist who has a net worth of $200 million. Cindy McCain originally pursued a career in special education and worked with non-profit medical organizations. She inherited her family's beer distribution company in 2000 and currently serves as its Chairman. She is also the wife of former Presidential candidate and current Senator, John McCain. Born Cindy Lou Hensley in Phoenix, Arizona in May 1954, Cindy is the daughter of the wealthy beer distributor Jim Hensley. She earned her master's degree from the University of Southern California and went on to become a special education teacher. In 1980 she married John and the couple had three children, plus one more that they adopted. She founded the nonprofit organization American Voluntary Medical Team, which she operated from 1988 to 1995. McCain became addicted to pain killers for several years. In 2000 she inherited majority control and became chair of Hensley & Co. when her father passed away. She was seen participating in both of John McCain's presidential campaigns. She serves on the boards of CARE, Operation Smile, and HALO Trust. She is also involved in fighting human trafficking, serving as co-chair on Arizona Governor Jan Brewer's Task Force on Human Trafficking. She was approached to appear on Dancing with the Stars, but turned the offer down due to her surgically replaced knee.

Cindy McCain Net Worth

Cindy McCain

Date of Birth
May 20, 1954 (63 years old)
United States of America
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