Kirstjen Nielsen Net Worth

Kirstjen Nielsen’s Net Worth and Story

Kirstjen Nielsen Net Worth:
$1.5 Million

Kirstjen Nielsen Net Worth

Kirstjen Nielsen – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $1.5 Million
Date of birth: May 14, 1972 (51 years old)
Gender: Female

Kirstjen Nielsen is an attorney who previously worked as the United States secretary of homeland security forces. Nielsen is a retired White House deputy chief of staff who worked for Donald Trump. Following her appointment as secretary of homeland security, she implemented the Trump administration family separation policy. The situation became very controversial. She called off from her position in the month of April 2019.


Kirstjen Nielsen first worked in the era of President George Bush administration as a special assistant to the president as well as senior director for safeguard. She also previously served as John Kelly’s Chief of Staff at the Department of Homeland Security. In 2017, Donald Trump nominated her to be the new United States Secretary of Homeland Security. Her nomination was given by a vote in which she won 62-37.

How Rich is Kirstjen Nielsen
Kirstjen Nielsen is looking great as ever, and has a net worth of 1500000 dollars. Remarkable!

Personal Life

Kirstjen Nielsen has kept her personal life private. Not much information is given about her private life. It is believed that she is not married to anyone and is not involved in any relationship. She does not have any children. She is currently living in the city of Virginia with her parents.


“I fully intend in all cases and in all ways at all times to fully comply with all laws. I would expect the same of any employee or member of DHS.”

— Kirstjen Nielsen

“I took an oath when I became secretary of homeland security to defend and support the Constitution.”

— Kirstjen Nielsen

“I would hate for anybody not to abide by alert warnings coming from government systems.”

— Kirstjen Nielsen

“Congress makes immigration law. It’s that simple. That is how our system works.”

— Kirstjen Nielsen

“It is my great honor to represent the men and women of DHS who work every day to enforce our laws and secure our nation.”

— Kirstjen Nielsen