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Priscilla Chan also known as Priscilla Chan Zuckerberg, is an American pediatrician and philanthropist. She is the wife of Mark Zukerberg, Facebook Co-Founder and CEO. Keep reading to find Priscilla Chan net worth.
Priscila Chan Profile
Chan was born On February 24, 1985 in Braintree, Massachusetts. Her parents were Chinese refugees who fled Vietnam in refugee boats. She has two younger sisters.
In 2003, she graduated as class valedictorian from Quincy High School and was voted “class genius” by her classmates. According to a Facebook post by Mark Zuckerberg, Chan is a Buddhist.
Chan entered Harvard University in 2003, where she met and began dating Mark Zuckerberg. She graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts (AB) in biology and also studied Spanish.
She is fluent in Cantonese, English, and Spanish. She is the first college graduate in her family.
After graduation, she taught science at the private Harker School for a year, before entering medical school at the University of California, San Francisco in 2008. She graduated in 2012 and finished her pediatrics residency in the summer of 2015.
Priscila Chan Marriage
Chan married Zuckerberg on May 19, 2012. The two met at Harvard University in 2003.
Priscilla Chan initially had 3 miscarriages before she finally gave birth to their firstborn (Maxima Zukerberg) in July 2015 and a daughter (August Zukerberg) in 2017.
Priscilla Chan net Worth
Priscilla Chan net worth is estimated at $50 billion.
Chan’s charitable goals focus on education, healthcare, and science, are closely tied to her personal background.
She is considered to have had a strong influence on the philanthropy of her husband.
Zuckerberg and Chan have pledged about $4.6 billion to charities, including a donation of $75 million to San Francisco General Hospital, where Chan worked.
In 2013, they gave 18 million Facebook shares (valued at more than $970 million) to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy placed the couple at the top of its list of 50 most generous American philanthropists for that year.
They also pledged $120 million to public schools in the San Francisco Bay Area