Getting to know Terry McAuliffe wife, Dorothy
In the wake of the Virginia governor election results, which saw former governor Terry McAuliffe defeated by Republican Glenn Youngkin, lots of people have been curious to know more about McAuliffe’s wife Dorothy, including her age and career history.
Who is Terry McAuliffe wife, Dorothy?
Dorothy McAuliffe held the position of first lady of Virginia between 2014 and 2018 when her husband Terry McAuliffe served as Virginia’s governor.
During her tenure as Virginia’s first lady, McAuliffe implemented a number of programs and campaigns, including Breakfast After The Bell and the No Kid Hungry Virginia campaign.
McAuliffe joined Armada Hoffler Properties as a director in 2019.
She also serves as a policy advisor for Share Our Strength, and is a board member of the non-profit organization Food Corps, according to her company profile.
Having earned a law degree from Georgetown University, Dorothy McAuliffe was an attorney for several years.
She practiced law in the areas of financial institutions, federal regulation and securities regulation, as well as general law.
How old is Dorothy McAuliffe?
As reported by NBC 12, Dorothy McAuliffe is six years younger than her 64-year-old husband Terry, which means she’s 58 years old.
How long has she and husband Terry McAuliffe been together?
At the age of 16, Dorothy met her now husband Terry McAuliffe.
At the time, Terry and Dorothy’s father, Richard Swann, both worked as part of the then-president Jimmy Carter’s 1980 re-election campaign in Florida.
While McAuliffe was staying at the Swann house, Dorothy’s mother predicted that one day they would get married.
This prediction came true when the couple married in 1988.
After 33 years of marriage, they welcomed five children: daughters Dori, Sally, Mary and Peter, as well as sons Jack and Jack.