Who is Jonathan Weinberger?
Jonathan Weinberger is an American attorney and businessman. He is the executive vice president in Washington for Veedims. His company based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., makes power and data-control systems for vehicles and buildings. Weinberger is widely known for being the husband of Morgan Ortagus.
Jonathan Weinberger Age
Weinberger is around 46 years old. He was born and raised in Washington.
Jonathan Weinberger Education
Weinberger graduated from Johns Hopkins and received a master’s in international affairs from George Washington University. He also has a law degree from American University and a Master of Law’s degree in international finance from Georgetown.
Jonathan Weinberger Parents
Weinberger was born and raised by his parents Judith L Weinberger and Jerry J. Weinberger. His parents live and work in Scranton, Pa. His father is a partner in the law firm Nogi, Appleton, Weinberger & Wren while his mother is a therapist who counsels youths with Keystone Community Resources.
Jonathan Weinberger Wife
Weinberger is married to his wife Morgan Ortagus since 2013. Their wedding was presided over by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her chambers at the Supreme Court in Washington.
Jonathan Weinberger Daughter
Weinberger and his wife Morgan Ortagus welcomed their daughter Adina in 2020. She frequently shares photos of her adorable daughter on her social media.
Jonathan Weinberger’s Net Worth
As a successful businessman and attorney, Weinberger has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million to $10 million.
Jonathan Weinberger Career
Weinberger followed in his dad’s footsteps and became an attorney. He graduated from American University with a law degree and also has a Master of Law’s degree in international finance from Georgetown.
Weinberger previously worked as the executive secretary of the United States Treasury in Washington from 2006 to 2007. He is the executive vice president in Washington for Veedims. His company based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., makes power and data-control systems for vehicles and buildings.
Ortagus has been in the government working in different positions for over a decade. She was a campaign staffer for Adam Putman, a Florida Republican congressman, and also was the press secretary on former Deputy National Security Advisor K. T. McFarland’s Senate campaign in 2006.
Ortagus spent several months in Baghdad, Iraq as the public affairs officer at United States Agency for International Development (USAID). While there, she explored the religion which made her convert to Judaism.
In 2008, she was appointed as an intelligence analyst within the Treasury’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis in the U.S. Treasury Department. She covered the Middle East and North Africa.
From 2010, Ortagus was situated in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at the US Embassy where she served as the deputy Treasury. She came back to the US in 2011. She then joined Standard Chartered Bank where she was the global relationship manager working with clients from Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Ortagus worked in a few other private sector organizations before joining the government in 2019.
In 2019, was appointed the spokesperson for the U.S. State Department, succeeding Heather Nauert. She served in the position until the end of Trump’s administration while also going on maternity leave in November 2020.
Running for Office in Tennessee
In 2022, Ortagus ran for Tennessee’s 5th congressional district post in which former President Trump endorsed her. She had to pull out of the race with two other candidates as they were disqualified.