MacKenzie Scott is an American Novelist and adventure Philanthropist however was generally known for being the life partner of Multi-Billionaire Jeff Bezos the CEO of Amazon and Blue Origin.
The couple separated in July 2019 which made Mackenzie perhaps the most extravagant lady on earth. She has since utilized that fortune to great use by giving to different foundations.
Mackenzie is an altruist and has for a long while been itching to help other people and has given over $5.8 Billion after her separation from Jeff. Throughout the span of a year, she has given to more than 500 causes.
|Birthday||April 7, 1970|
|Net Worth||$58.8 Billion|
|Divorce||Jeff Bezos, July 2019|
As of December 2020, Mackenzie Scott is assessed to have a total assets of over $58.8 Billion. As per her Wikipedia, In July 2020, Mackenzie reported that she has given $1.7 Billion to 116 foundations that manage racial segregation, LGBTQ+ correspondence, and environmental change.
As announced by The Guardian, Mackenzie has given over $4 Billion over the most recent four months to 386 foundations that assist individuals with managing the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Mackenzie Scott was born on April 7, 1950, in San Fransisco, California. Her birth name is MacKenzie Tuttle, she went to Princeton University to get her four year college education in 1992.
She has composed and distributed two books; The Testing of Luther Albright(2005) and Traps(2013). Her first book got an American Best Book grant in 2006.
Despite the fact that she is mainstream there is right now no data accessible about her stature and weight estimations. MacKenzie filled in as an associate of Jeff Bezos in 1992 when the two of them worked for D.E Shaw.
The couple got hitched in 1993 and from that point forward have received 4 youngsters from China; three children and one little girl. They got separated in July 2019, MacKenzie got $38.6 Billion.
The separation made MacKenzie the third most affluent lady in 2019 and one of the most extravagant on the planet generally speaking. She was recorded in Times Magazine’s 100 most persuasive individuals in 2020.