The entrepreneur lady Carly Fiorina net worth is of $59 million that she built with her husband. This exact worth figure was revealed by herself last year. Cara Carleton Sneed more popularly known as Carly Fiorina is an American businesswoman. She has established her name as a Chief Executing Officer for a top rated software company and has contributed immensely for its growth.
|Name||Cara Carleton Fiorina|
|Net Worth||$59 Million|
|Source of Income||Businesswomen|
|Annual Salary||$7 Million|
|Birth Date||September 6, 1954|
|Ethnicity||German, English, Dutch, French, Welsh and Spanish|
|Ex-Husband||Todd Bartlem (1977–1984)|
September 6 born Carleton was raised in her home town Austin, Texas, United States and is currently 62 years old. Her father was a professor at University of Texas, department of Law and later the dean of Duke University, School of Law. He later served as a judge for the US Court of Appeals. Carleton’s mother was an expert in abstract painting. She is believed to have English-German-Episcopalian ancestry.
After working more than 25 years, Carly Fiorina’s net worth reaches to $59 million as per the Wikipedia whereas her annual income is about $7 million.
Carleton attended five different schools including London and Ghana. She has immense interest in playing piano and received a Bachelor’s degree in medieval history and philosophy from Stanford University. In 1980 Carleton received MBA degree in marketing from the University of Maryland. After nine years she bagged a Master’s degree in Science from MIT Sloan School of Management.
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Carleton started her career as a secretary in Kelly Services in 1976. After dropping out from the ULCA School of Law in the same year, she worked as a receptionist for six months in Marcus and Millichap and later promoted to a broker position. After marriage she relocated to Italy and worked as an English Translator for Italian Businessmen alongside her graduate studies.
Carleton joined the AT &T as a trainee during her management course. Within a matter of ten years in 1990, she was promoted to the position of senior vice president for hardware and system department and letter heading the North American operations department. In 1995 she led the operations section in Lucent Technologies and was made the President of consumer section the following year. In 1999, Carleton was hired as the CEO of HP Technologies and made major moves during her tenure. She laid off 30,000 US employees which her supporters feel saved the company and benefited 80,000 other employees. In 2002, Carleton was an active member of the major merger of rival company Compaq with HP. She was fired from the Chairman post after a disagreement in the boardroom meeting in 2005. In 2008, Carleton acted as the advisor for John McCain’s Republican Party. She lost the general election for senator ship to Barbara Boxer.
Carleton was considered as the most powerful business woman for five years. She married Todd Bartlem in 1977 and divorced in 1984. She married Frank Fiorina in 1985 and is still married to him. Carleton has two step children, both are daughters. In 2006, Carleton released her autobiography Tough Choices. Other books on written about her are Backfire and Perfect Enough: Carly Fiorina and the Reinvention of Hewlett-Packard. She underwent vigorous chemotherapy and other treatment for stage II breast cancer and later recovered completely.