Jeremy Bash is an American lawyer who works for Beacon Global Strategies LLC as a managing director. He also works for NBC News and MSNBC as a national security commentator. He was previously the chief of staff of the United States Department of Defense and the Central Intelligence Agency.
What is the Net Worth, Salary, and Income of Jeremy Bash in 2022?
Bash began clerking for Leonie Brinkema, a United States District Judge, after graduation. He was later admitted to the Eastern District of Virginia’s bar and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals’ bar.
Bash began working as the national security issues director for Joe Lieberman and Al Gore’s presidential campaigns in 2000. From 2001 until 2004, he worked as an attorney for the Washington, D.C.-based firm O’Melveny & Myers. He later worked as an advisor to California Representative Jane Harman and as top minority counsel on the US House of Representatives’ Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
Bash was also a part of the Council on Foreign Relations’ team in the past. Under President Barack Obama, he even served as the chief of staff of the Central Intelligence Agency from 2009 to 2011 and the US Department of Defense from 2011 to 2013.
Bash is currently a managing director of Beacon Global Strategies LLC, which he co-founded with Andrew Shapiro and Philippe Reines in 2013. He also works for NBC News and MSNBC as a national security commentator.
Bash’s net worth is predicted to be over $45 million by 2020.
Wikis of Jeremy Bash
|Jeremy B. Bash
|August 13, 1971
|Dana Bash (1998-007), Robyn Cooke (2009-present)
|Marvin Bash and Deborah Blumenthal Bash
Early Life of Jeremy Bash: Age, Born and Education
Jeremy B. Bash was born on August 13, 1971, in Arlington, Virginia, under the zodiac sign of Leo. The 49-year-old lawyer is of Jewish ancestry and is of American nationality. In 1989, he received his diploma from the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School. While at Georgetown University, he was the editor-in-chief of the student newspaper The Hoya. He also graduated with honors from Harvard Law School in 1998 with a J.D.
Family, Parents and Siblings
The American lawyer comes from a family of Conservative Jews. Marvin Bash and Deborah Blumenthal Bash were his parents. Marvin, his father, was the main rabbi of the Arlington Fairfax Jewish Congregation. Meanwhile, his mother is the former program director of Georgetown University’s Graduate Education Nurse-Midwifery Program.
Bash was raised by his three siblings. Brother Rachmiel and sister Gila are his older siblings. He has a twin sister as well.
Body Measurements: Height and Weight
Bash stands at a respectable 5 feet 8 inches tall. His hair is dark brown, and his eyes are brown.
Relationship Status: Married, Wife and Children
Bash has had two marriages. On September 6, 1998, he married his first wife, Dana Ruth Schwartz. Dana, his now ex-wife, worked as an assignment editor at the Cable News Network’s Washington bureau at the time. They were unable to maintain their marriage and divorced in 2007.
Bash married Robyn Cooke, whom he met in 2007, two years later. Cooke and he have three daughters together. For personal reasons, he has chosen not to reveal the identities of his daughters.
Professional life and Career
He clerked for the Honorable Leonie Brinkema, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia, in his early career. He was admitted to the bars of Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC after that. He worked for AU Gore and Joe Lieberman’s presidential campaign in 2000 as the National Security Issues Director.
Bash worked as a private lawyer for the firm O’ Melveny & Myers in Washington, D.C. from 2001 to 2004. He was a senior minority advisor on the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of the United States House of Representatives.
Formerly, Jeremy was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He was the Chief of Staff of the United States Department of Defense from 2011 to 2013. He also appears on PBS NewsHour as a commentator. He also appeared on ABC World News to discuss the Tripoli operation and a Somalia assassination attempt.
In 2008, the film Recount was released, which featured a character based on Jeremy Bash. He also starred in the film Zero Dark Thirty, which was released in 2012.