Quick Info about Mary Kerry Kennedy

  • Full NameMary Kerry Kennedy
  • First NameMary
  • Middle NameKerry
  • Last NameKennedy
  • Born NameMary Kerry Kennedy
  • Birth date08/09/1959
  • Birth PlaceBoston, Massachusetts, United States
  • Eye ColorBlack
  • Zodiac SignVirgo
  • NationalityAmerican
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionActivist
  • Net Worth$10 million
  • Age59
  • ParentsRobert F. Kennedy & Ethel Skakel
  • Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/KerryKennedyRFK/
  • Twitterhttps://twitter.com/KerryKennedyRFK

Last updated on April 26th, 2020 at 04:00 am

Kerry Kennedy was born as Mary Kerry Kennedy on September 8, 1959, is a very popular and well-known activist and writer. She successfully built her career as an American human rights activist. She is Robert F. Kennedy’s seventh child and Ethel Skakel’s third daughter. John F. Kennedy and Senator Ted Kennedy were her uncles.

In the Early Life of Kerry Kennedy


Kerry comes from the rich Kennedy family and lives in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. As of now, 59 years old lady had a very good lifestyle even when she was a kid. Her family has taught her a lot about life & work and can be considered a source of inspiration for her. She has been raised among many other siblings of her. After three days of her birth, her father resigned as chief counsel to the Senate Rackets Committee and was assassinated in 1968. She went to the Putney School and Brown University for an academic degree.

The Career of Kerry Kennedy

Kerry Kennedy, a human rights activist, has worked on many human rights issues. She also has led human rights efforts to places such as Gaza, Haiti, Kenya, South Korea, etc. Kennedy has moved to many countries causes China, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Sudan, and Pakistan. She has served as Chief Leader of many Social Organizations in 1998 as President of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights. She was Executive Director of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial until 1995 and Chairman of the Amnesty International Leadership Council.

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Kennedy speeches and presentations always inspire the audience to stand up and fight human rights violations. The World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Bogota, Colombia, awarded her the Medal for Social Activism. Her power and authority to do things was worthwhile as result she published in The Chicago Sun-Times, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, etc.

She’s the founder of books ‘Being Catholic Now‘ and ‘Robert F. Kennedy: Ripples of Hope (published in 2018).’ These books contain essays from prominent Catholics and interviews from prominent individuals. ‘Being Catholic Now’ was The New York Times bestseller book. ‘Speak Truth to Power: Human Rights Defenders Who Are Changing Our World’ is also one of her most popular books.

In the Personal life of Kerry Kennedy

Kerry Kennedy weds to Andrew Cuomo

Kerry married Andrew Cuomo in 1990 in the Cathedral of St. Matthew in Washington, DC. The couple has three daughters: twins, Cara Ethel Kennedy-Cuomo, and Mariah Matilda Kennedy-Cuomo, born on 11 January 1995 and Michaela Andrea Kennedy-Cuomo, born on 26 August 1997. After 15 years of being together, the couple divorced. Since then she is not in a relationship with anyone not has been seen dating.

Also read: Twin sisters Cara Cuomo and Mariah Cuomo have tested positive Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Net worth of Kerry Kennedy

Kerry Kennedy has a net worth of $10 million dollars which is the result of her hard work. In 2016, Kennedy collected $352,298 from the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Foundation, including a $70,000 “bonus,” according to the latest non-profit tax filings.

Facts about Kerry Kennedy

Ms. Kennedy is the founder of ‘Speak Truth To Power’ that run educational program globally which includes the play, the photographic exhibition, the PBS documentary film, the educational package (a 12-week course taught to 300,000 high school students worldwide in 2009- 2010), etc. In 2014 Kennedy was found not guilty of driving under the impact of drugs. She stated that she had mistakenly taken the Ambien sleeping pill and did not remember accident with a tractor trailer.

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