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Jacob J. Lew is known for being the 76th United States Secretary of the Treasury from 2013-2017.
Jacob J. Lew is best known as the Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources, under the former US Presidents Obama and Clinton. Before joining the Obama administration, he worked as the managing director and chief operating officer of Citigroup's different units.
Jacob Joseph Lew was Obama's nominee for the post of Treasury Secretary because of his firm grasp of financial issues. Jacob J. Lew served as the assistant director and executive director for the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee between 1979-1987. Under the Clinton administration, he also served as the Associate Director of Legislative Affairs, proving to be an impeccable legislative aide for the government.
Jacob J. Lew has held various important portfolios during his professional career. This includes his stint with the Clinton administration in 1993, as a special assistant to the president. Then in 1994, Jacob J. Lew worked as the deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget and associate director for Legislative Affairs, serving as the agency's director between 1998-2001 and 2010-2012. Lew became New York University's executive vice-president of operations between 2001-2006, and worked as the COO of Citigroup between 2006-2008.
Keep reading to learn more about the life and career of successful American attorney and politician, Jacob Joseph Lew, including his birthday, net worth, and family life.
Jacob J. Lew's exact net worth is not known, but it is estimated to be between $750,000-1,700,000.
The exact annual income of Jacob J. Lew is not known.
Jacob Lew is 6 ft (183 cm) tall.
Jacob J. Lew was born on August 29, 1955, so he celebrated his 67th birthday in August 2022. His zodiac sign is Virgo.
Jacob Joseph Lew was born in New York City, on August 29, 1955. His father, Irving Lew, was a lawyer and sold very rare books. His father had moved from Poland to America at a very young age. Jacob Lew's mother is Ruth Lew. When he was a child, he attended a New York public school and graduated from Forest Hills High School. He then went to Minnesota and attended Carleton College for only a year. In 1978, he graduated from Harvard University, with his Bachelor's degree. Then in 1983, he attended the Georgetown University Law Center and obtained his JD (Juris Doctor degree).
Jacob Lew is married to Ruth Schwartz. The two met in high school. They have two children named Shoshana Lew and Danny Lew.
Jacob J. Lew is best known for being the 76th United States Secretary Of the Treasury, from February 28, 2013, to January 20, 2017. He has also been the 25th White House Chief of Staff from January 27, 2012, to January 20, 2013. He was also the 32nd and 38th Director of the Office of Management and Budget. He was the first United States Deputy Secretary of the State for Management and Resources from January 28, 2009, to November 18, 2010.
Lew's legal career began with a role as a legislative assistant for Joe Moakley. He was also a senior policy advisor to Tip O'Neill, former speaker for the House of Representatives. He worked as an attorney for some time at a private firm and then joined the Boston Office of Management and Budget as a deputy, working as a special assistant to President Clinton.
Later, Lew became the executive vice president of New York University operations. He became the first Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources. Former US President Obama suggested Jacob J. Lew for the position of Secretary of the Treasurer during his second term in office.
When working for former US President Bill Clinton, Lew was responsible for policy development and drafting the national service initiative along with the Health Care Reform Legislation. He also served as the deputy director of the OMB as Clinton had nominated him, which was then approved by the United States Senate on July 31, 1998.
Lew was also the Executive Vice President for Operations at New York University, followed by the Clinical Professor of Public Administration and New York University's Wagner School of Public Service. He was also the co-chair of the Advisory Board for City Year, New York, and is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations, the Brookings Institution Hamilton Project Advisory Board. He is also a member of the bar in Massachusetts and the District of Columbia.
Lew led the administration's budget team as the OMB director between 1998-2001, for which he was required to guide the team through tricky economic issues.
Jacob Lew was awarded the Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by Georgetown University in 2014.
During his free time, Jacob J. Lew likes to read.
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