Maria Cardona is a well respected and powerful strategist who hails from Colombia. Born on November 12, 1966, she is of Spanish-American origin. A political strategist and advocate of public policy, Cardona has more than twenty years of experience in political and government field. She is well renowned for her work at Dewey Square Group where she is the principal since 2005. She founded Latinovations where she helps resolving Latino issues helping clients within the Latino community.
Being named as one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in the US, she also served as a senior advisor during Presidential Campaign of Hillary Clinton. She worked relentlessly for Hillary Clinton’s Hispanic Outreach program to reach out to other people in her community. She also worked as a surrogate for the Obama for America campaign on all media platforms. She kick-started the journey of her career by working in television networks such as FOX, MSNBC, Telemundo, Univision etc. It is believed that she is one of the wealthiest members of her community in America. However, her total net worth is currently unknown in the public domain.
Bryan Weaver is a long-time community activist, a former Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner and also a communications professional with experience of more than 15 years in progressive causes. He also serves as a president of Hoops Sagrado founded by him in 1990 in Washington D.C. He is focused on the development of leadership skills, self-confidence and a sense of community service in those at-risk youths who are less likely to transition successfully into adulthood.
Maria is wedded to Bryan. They are parents to two children, son Sebastian and daughter Maya Luna. They are living happily together. Besides this relationship of marriage, there is no such news about her affairs and divorce. She is not involved into any extra marital affairs. There is no rumor that mentions about her extra-marital affairs so far. They have maintained quite a low profile and her personal life is not made open.