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Michigan Secretary of State offices Jocelyn Benson Bio-Wiki, Age, Height , Education, Married, Salary And Networth

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Jocelyn Benson Biography-Wiki

Jocelyn Benson is the Michigan Secretary of State offices.he is the author of Secretaries of State: Guardians of the Democratic Process, the first major book on the role of the Secretary of State in enforcing election and campaign finance laws, and promoting fair, accessible and secure elections.

Jocelyn has a proven track record of success in leading institutions, cutting costs, and improving services. As the former dean of Wayne State University Law School, she froze tuition, expanded access to scholarship funds for all students, and bolstered the school’s reputation and bar passage rates. She also established programs to promote government oversight, provide free legal services for veterans, and help aspiring entrepreneurs participate in the economic revival of Detroit.

A graduate of Harvard Law School and an expert on civil rights law, education law, and election law, Benson served as dean of Wayne State University Law School in Detroit. When she was appointed dean at age 36, she became the youngest woman in U.S. history to lead a top-100, accredited law school. She continues to serve as vice-chair of the advisory board for the Levin Center at Wayne Law, which she founded with former U.S. Sen. Carl Levin. Previously, Benson was an associate professor and associate director of Wayne Law’s Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights.

Jocelyn Benson Age

Born on October 22, 1977 The former Dean of Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan, is 42 years of age as of early 2020.

Jocelyn Benson Education

A graduate of Harvard Law School and an expert on civil rights law, education law, and election law, Benson served as dean of Wayne State University Law School in Detroit. When she was appointed dean at age 36, she became the youngest woman in U.S. history to lead a top-100, accredited law school. She continues to serve as vice-chair of the advisory board for the Levin Center at Wayne Law, which she founded with former U.S. Sen. Carl Levin. Previously, Benson was an associate professor and associate director of Wayne Law’s Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights.

Jocelyn Benson Family

Jocelyn has managed to keep information regarding her personal life very close to her heart we will update when accurate information is available.

Jocelyn Benson Husband

Jocelyn is married to Ryan Friedrichs.

Prior to her election, she served as CEO of the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE), a national nonprofit organization using the unifying power of sports to improve race relations.She is also the co-founder and former president of Military Spouses of Michigan, a network dedicated to providing support and services to military spouses and their children.

Jocelyn Benson Salary

The Michigan Lansing — In an effort to increase transparency among elected officials, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson earns an annual salary of $370,000.

Benson’s form indicates she earned $300,000 last year in her former job as CEO and executive director of the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality, a non-profit that works with athletes and coaches to fight discrimination and improve race relations. The initiative is headquartered in New York with a Midwest office in Detroit.

Benson earned another $70,000 as a tenured faculty member at Wayne State University’s School of Law, where she went on unpaid leave beginning in 2019.

Jocelyn Benson Networth

Jocelyn Benson has an estimated Networth of  $3 Million. She has gained most of her wealth from her successful career. In 2019 she earned $300,000 in her former job as CEO and executive director of the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality, a non-profit that works with athletes and coaches to fight discrimination and improve race relations. The initiative is headquartered in New York with a Midwest office in Detroit.

 

 

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