Kirsten Powers who is an American political pundit as well as an analyst started her career as a Democratic Party staff assistant with Clinton-Gore presidential transition team in the year 1992 followed by an appointment as the Deputy Assistant US trade Representative for the Public Affairs in Clinton administration from 1993 till 1998. Subsequently, she has also worked in several of the roles including press secretary, party consultant as well as communications consultant. In addition to that, she also serves as the columnist to the USA Today, Newsweek and the Daily Beast and as a contributor on the Fox News.
Kirsten is the native of Fiarbanks, Alaska. She came into this world in the year 1969 which has now made her reach at the age of 46. She belongs to an American nationality and she is of Irish ethnicity. She is a very tall lady with the towering height of six feet. She is of Catholic religion. Both of her parents were archaeologists with Irish-American heritage. Powers credits her interest in the politics as well as debate with being expected to state and defend her positions on issues of the day every night at the dinner. She went to get her education from the University of Maryland and got graduated from there. After that, she got enrolled at the Georgetown University Law School for a year and a half.
Moving on to her personal life biography, powers has already got married as well as divorced too. She was married with her then husband named Marty Makary who is a professor of Public Health at the Johns Hopkins University. The couple tied their knot with each other in January of the year 2010 and later, they got divorced in 2013. Previous to her marriage, she was in relationship with Congressman Anthony Weiner in 2002. They remained close friend after they ended their relationship. She was raised up as Episcopalian but she spent much of her early adult life as atheist. It was on 10th October of 2015 when she was received into Catholic Church.
Prior to that, Kirsten wrote a column for the American Prospect and her numbers of articles have appeared in the Ellle, USA Today, The New York Observer, The Wall Street Journal as well as Salon. In the year 2005, journalist Ben Smith wrote that Kirsten was emerging as one of the Democratic Party’s National Voices. Her net worth as well as salary is not known to any media. Besides that, she can also get connected through Twitter and Instagram.