Jacinda Ardern Net Worth 2022: Biography, Age, Height, Career and More

Jacinda Ardern Net Worth

Jacinda Ardern Net Worth - Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern is a New Zealand politician who has served as prime minister o Zealand know all about her in this article as like Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography

Jacinda Ardern Biography:

Jacinda Ardern is a famous Politician, who was born on July 26, 1980, in New Zealand. Leader of the New Zealand Labour Party who became the 40th Prime Minister of New Zealand in October 2017. 

She previously served as Spokesperson for Social Development. According to Astrologers, Jacinda Ardern's zodiac sign is Leo.

On 5 September, Ardern traveled to Nauru, where she attended the Pacific Islands Forum. Media and political opponents criticized her decision to travel separately from the rest of her contingent so that she could spend more time with her daughter. 

Critics charged that the additional flight would cost taxpayers up to NZ$100,000. Ardern had earlier rebuffed suggestions that she should not attend the Forum, citing tradition; she would have been the first New Zealand prime minister since 1971 to not attend the Forum outside an election cycle. She was later criticized for not meeting refugees in Nauru.

She grew up in Murupara and Morrinsville, New Zealand, as the daughter of police officer Ross Ardern. She has been in a relationship with TV host Clarke Gayford; they welcomed a daughter, Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford, together in June 2018.

Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern born 26 July 1980) is a New Zealand politician who has served as the 40th Prime Minister of New Zealand and leader of the Labour Party since 2017. She has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Mount Albert since March 2017, having first been elected to the House of Representatives as a list MP in 2008.

Jacinda Ardern Biography


Jacinda Ardern Political Career:

Ardern joined the Labour Party at the age of 17 and became a senior figure in the Young Labour sector of the party. After graduating from university, she spent time working in the offices of Phil Goff and of Helen Clark as a researcher. 

After a period of time in New York City, US, where she volunteered at a soup kitchen and worked on a workers’ rights campaign.

She moved to London, England where she became a senior policy adviser in an 80-person policy unit of British prime minister Tony Blair. (She did not meet Blair in London, but later at an event in New Zealand in 2011 she questioned him about the invasion of Iraq.) 

Ardern was also seconded to the UK Home Office to help with a review of policing in England and Wales.

On 30 January 2008, at 27, Ardern was elected president of the International Union of Socialist Youth (IUSY) at their world congress in the Dominican Republic for a two-year term until 2010. The role saw her spend time in several countries, including Jordan, Israel, Algeria, and China.

Ahead of the 2008 election, Ardern was ranked 20th on Labour’s party list. This was a very high placement for someone who was not already a sitting MP and virtually assured her of a seat in Parliament. 

Accordingly, Ardern returned from London to campaign full-time. She also became Labour’s candidate for the safe National electorate of Waikato.

Ardern was unsuccessful in the electorate vote, but her high placement on Labour’s party list allowed her to enter Parliament as a list MP. 

Upon election, she became the youngest sitting MP in Parliament, succeeding fellow Labour MP Darren Hughes, and remained the youngest MP until the election of Gareth Hughes on 11 February 2010.

Opposition leader Phil Goff promoted Ardern to the front bench, naming her Labour’s spokesperson for Youth Affairs and as an associate spokesperson for Justice (Youth Affairs).

She made regular appearances on TVNZ’s Breakfast program as part of the “Young Guns” feature, in which she appeared alongside National MP (and future National leader) Simon Bridges.

Jacinda Ardern family

Ardern contested the seat of Auckland Central for Labour in the 2011 general election, standing against incumbent National MP Nikki Kaye for National and Greens candidate Denise Roche. Despite targeting Green voters to vote strategically for her, she lost to Kaye by 717 votes. 

However, she returned to Parliament via the party list, on which she was ranked 13th. Ardern maintained an office within the electorate while she was a list MP based in Auckland Central.

After Goff resigned from the Party leadership following his defeat at the 2011 election, Ardern supported David Shearer over David Cunliffe. 

She was elevated to the fourth-ranking position in his Shadow Cabinet on 19 December 2011, becoming a spokesperson for social development under the new leader.

Jacinda Ardern stood again in Auckland Central at the 2014 general election. She again finished second though increased her own vote and reduced Kaye’s majority from 717 to 600. 

Ranked 5th on Labour’s list Ardern was still returned to Parliament where she became Shadow spokesperson for Justice, Children, Small Business, and Arts & Culture under new leader Andrew Little.

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