Elizabeth Kucinich Biography
Elizabeth Kucinich is a vegan and organic food campaigner from the United Kingdom. She has also directed two documentaries. She also serves as the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine’s Director of Affairs. Addittionally, She is married to Dennis Kucinich, a former eight-term US Congressman and two-time Democratic presidential contender.
Elizabeth Kucinich Age
Elizabeth Kucinich was born in North Ockendon, in the London Borough of Havering, England on October 22, 1977. She is 44 years old.
Elizabeth Kucinich Height
Kucinich stands at a height of 6 ft/1.83m tall.
Elizabeth Kucinich Family
Elizabeth grew up in North Ockendon, London Borough of Havering, England. Graham Harper, Kucinich’s father, and Julia Massey, her mother, are divorced. They are also both British natives. However, there is no information known about her siblings’ whereabouts.
Elizabeth Kucinich Husband
Kucinich exchanged vows with Dennis John Kucinich an American politician on August 21, 2005. Dennis served in the Ohio House of Representatives from 1997 until 2013. Nonetheless, in 2004 and 2008, he ran for the Democratic candidacy for President of the United States. In addition, he ran for governor of Ohio, where he was defeated by Richard Cordray.
Elizabeth Kucinich Education
From 1989 to 1996, Elizabeth worked at Cooper’s Company and Corbon School in Upminster. She graduated from the University of Kent with a BA in Religious Studies and Theology and an MA in International Conflict Analysis. She also holds a diploma in Peace and Reconciliation Studies from Coventry University.
Elizabeth Kucinich Salary
Elizabeth has not specified the actual amount of her pay.
Elizabeth Kucinich’s Net Worth
Elizabeth’s approximate net worth is $3 million.
Elizabeth Kucinich Career
Kucinich is also a well-known vegan and organic food advocate in the United Kingdom. Nonetheless, she is the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine’s director of affairs. Furthermore, Kucinich has created two documentaries.
She has also directed and produced two award-winning environmental documentaries, GMO OMG and Hot Water. She not only lectures, but also moderates panels in the United States and around the world on the critical role of ecologically-based systems’appreciative’ thinking, monetary reform, the circular economy, agroforestry, and plant-forward lifestyles for health, conflict prevention, national security, the adoption of integrated industrial processes, and climate change mitigation.