Top headlines :

home Biography Zerlina Maxwell

Zerlina Maxwell

featured-image

Facts of Zerlina Maxwell

Full NameZerlina Maxwell
First NameZerlina
Last NameMaxwell
ProfessionJournalist, Political Reporter
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityAfro-American
Birth CountryUSA
Mother Name, Dr. Yvette Maxwell
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
HoroscopeScorpio
Marital StatusSingle
EducationTufts University
Date of BirthNovember 16,1981
Age37 years

American political analyst, commentator, speaker, and writer, Zerlina Maxwell often writes about rape culture, sexual assault, gender inequity, sexual consent, and racism. She is herself a survivor of sexual assault and describes herself as a survivor activist.

Maxwell is one of the few female political analysts and public speakers who not only contribute to society but also inspire millions of people. Her professional journey to becoming a journalist and a political analyst wasn't easy.

Zerlina Maxwell's Bio: Age, Height & Career

Born to peachers parents in the United States of America on November 16, 1981, Zerlina Maxwell holds American nationality. Her ethnicity is African-American. As of 2019, she is 38 years old. 

Zerlina's mother, Dr. Yvette Maxwell is a Ph.D. degree holder whereas her father is a retired microbiologist. She frequently gives the glimpses of her family life on social media, flaunting the picture with her endless love and intimacy for them. 

Talking about her academic background, she was enrolled in Rutgers Law School, Newark and later graduated with a degree of law. Later, she attended Tufts University from where she earned a B.A. in International Relations. 

Read More: Matthew Jay Povich

Reviewing her physical features stands at a height of 5 feet and 5 inches tall and weighs 137 lbs. She has black hair and dark brown eyes. Her bust, waist, and hips sizes are of about 35, 25, 37 inches respectively.

Zerlina Maxwell's Career Growth

Maxwell started her career in 2008 as a field organizer for the Barack Obama presidential campaign. She also served as Director of Progressive Media for the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign. 

Zerlina is also for her work with Sirius XM as Senior Director of Progressive Programming; she served as a radio host of Signal Boost and a political analyst for MSNBC. After acquiring the attention from her Twitter, Maxwell got featured in the New York Times and TIME Magazine's lists of Best Twitter Feeds to follow in 2012.

One More: Toni Laudermick

She frequently appeared on CNN, FOX News, and MSNBC as a political commentator. As a writer, Zerlina has also written for leading online magazines like the American Prospect, The Huffington Post, Washington Post, JET Magazine and others.

Zerlina Maxwell's Net Worth & Salary

The famous American political commentator, and columnist, Zerlina Maxwell columnist has earned a decent sum of money from her career, however, her exact net worth hasn't been revealed yet.

You May Also Like: 39 Years American Journalist Chris Hayes is In a Married Relationship with Wife Kate Since 2007; Has a Son and a Daughter

Her major part of incomes comes from her career as a political analyst. In addition, she makes between $20,000-$50,000 per year from public speaking on average. 

Further, she also earns more than $50,000 from online magazine writing. Similarly, as a political analyst, she makes around $120,000 per annum.

Zerlina Maxwell's Partner & Spouse

Zerlina Maxwell, age 38, is not married yet. Further, she holds a low key profile when it comes to her romance and affairs. She has not talked about her relationships and love life. 

Despite having a low-key love life, Maxwell prefers to call a woman Jess McIntosh as 'Partner in Feminism.' However, in 2009, via Twitter, she jokingly mentioned Reza Aslan as her future husband.

Survivor of Sex Assault

When she was to begin her college career, Zerlina got assaulted by her acquaintance. However, vowing to move forward, Maxwell chose not to press charge even she had reported the incident to the authorities. 

With the incident, Zerlina Maxwell believes that it changed her life, and asserts that there should not be a statute of limitations for sexual assault as women lag to come forward with the allegation.
 

Updated On Tue Jul 09 2019 Published On Tue Jul 09 2019 By San Pd

Related Article View all

Matthew Jay Povich

Matthew Jay Povich

  • Published Thu Jun 20 2019
Carl Azuz

Carl Azuz

  • Published Fri May 24 2019
Ayman Mohyeldin

Ayman Mohyeldin

  • Published Thu Jun 27 2019
Chris Jansing

Chris Jansing

  • Published Thu Mar 28 2019
Dagen McDowell

Dagen McDowell

  • Published Thu Mar 07 2019
Brooke Adams

Brooke Adams

  • Published Sat Mar 23 2019
Noa Kirel

Noa Kirel

  • Published Sun Jul 14 2019
Marilyn Porayko

Marilyn Porayko

  • Published Fri Jun 14 2019
Mariahlynn

Mariahlynn

  • Published Sat Mar 16 2019
Jacelyn Reeves

Jacelyn Reeves

  • Published Thu Mar 07 2019
Katy Colloton

Katy Colloton

  • Published Sat Mar 23 2019
Angie Janu

Angie Janu

  • Published Sat Mar 23 2019

latest