She has ups and downs in her personal life. As per reports, Kirsten Powers is now an engaged women and also married once. She has also one high profile public relation. During last year, Kristen declared about her engagement. She is now to be the wife of Robert Draper. He is also a journalist. Apart from this, seven years ago Kristen shared the wedding vows with a professor named Marty Makary. After three years of togetherness the couple divorced. Resources stated that the duo still meet and greet as best friends and they are willing to remain friends. Moreover, she had her first relation with Anthony Weiner, a congressman. The pair dated for a couple of months. Still she had a good relationship with him. She even defended her in some controversial activity. At present times, she is unmarried and has no children’s.
Who is Kirsten Powers Married to now in 2017?
- Fiance, boyfriend and probably her New Husband: Robert Draper
Ex Husband: Marty Makary (Divorce)
- One of her Ex Bf: Tim Keller
Summary of her Career:
At present times, Kristen is working as a lead political analyst for CNN. Moreover, she do regular show on ‘Anderson Cooper 360’ as well as doing other popular shows that includes ‘CNN Tonight with Don Lemon’ and ‘The Lead with Jake Tapper’. Before working with CNN, Fox News network hired her as political analyst where she did talk shows on regular basis.
At the initial stage of career, she was a contributor at New York Post and then The Daily Beast and then eventually affiliated with USA Today. Her first article was published on ‘The American Prospect and thereafter she wrote for USA’s leading journals. Though she initiated her profession as an assistant staff member with the presidential transition team of Clinton-Gore.
Later, she was employed on the post of Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Public Affairs. Besides working as columnist, author and political analyst she showed up her in communications consultancy, party consultancy and press secretary.
Bio: This finest American correspondents and political analyst was born in Fairbanks. She was home-schooled at the beginning and then enrolled in University of Maryland for graduation. Thereafter, she also went to Law School situated in Washington, D.C for about one and half year before joining the journalism sector. Currently, she is a notable political analyst, columnist and writer.