Marianne Williamson Net Worth 2020: How Much is Author Worth Today?

Marianne Williamson is an author, lecturer, and activist who is one of the contenders running for the 2020 Democratic nomination. While Williamson is an unorthodox presidential candidate, her personality and approach has captured the internet and led to her being the most searched candidate in both of her first two debates.

Along with being a best-selling author, Williamson is the founder of the food delivery program Project Angel Food, and the co-founder of the grassroots organization Peace Alliance.

So just how much has Marianne earned throughout his career? All of the information we know about Williamson’s finances can be seen below.

Marianne Williamson Net Worth: Between $780,000 – $2.1 Million

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Reports vary on Marianne Williamson’s net worth, according to FOX Business. Williamson released her financial disclosure reports in January 2019 which listed business, speaking fees, and stocks such as Apple, Google and Whole Foods as her primary income.

Williamson is an unorthodox presidential candidate, but hopes that being a breath of fresh air will help her appeal to the voters.

“We need a new burst of freedom, we need a whole uprising of consciousness among the American people,” she said when she announced her bid for office. “New paradigm leadership is not about saying, ‘I’ll do it, send me to Washington.’ New paradigm leadership is where the leader is holding the space for the brilliance of others, and that is what I have done throughout my entire career.”

Williamson previously ran to represent California’s 33rd congressional district in the United States House of Representatives as an independent.

About Marianne Williamson

Williamson was born in Houston, Texas in 1952 to Sam Williamson and Sophie Kaplan. Her father, whose original surname was Vishnevetsky, was an immigration lawyer while her mother was a homemaker. Marianne grew up in a Jewish family.

After high school, Marianne dropped out of college where she was studying theater and philosophy during her junior year before moving to New York City. She originally planned to pursue a career as a cabaret singer but turned to being an author. As an author, Williamson has published more than a dozen books with eight landing on the New York Times bestseller list. Four of Williamson’s books have landed at No. 1 on the list. Williamson has had her books featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show.

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