Born on February 4, 1953, Jerome Powell is the current Chairman of the Federal Reserve and is a member of the Republican. He was nominated by President Donald Trump and has been serving since 2018. For more information, read the article below.

jerome powell

Before Fame: He attended Georgetown University and Princeton University.

Family/ Relationships

Jerome Powell Ethnicity/Religion

Born in Washington DC, he was born to Patricia and Jerome Powell. His maternal grandfather, James J. Hayden, was Dean of the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University of America and later a lecturer at Georgetown Law School. He has five siblings.

Jerome Powell Affair/Dating/Wife

He is married to Elissa Leonard and has three children together. For more information, visit his twitter.

Profile / Wiki / Information

Personal Information              

  • Full Name: Jerome Hayden “Jay” Powell
  • Nicknames: Jerome Powell
  • Birthday: February 4, 1953
  • Age: 65 years old
  • Birthplace: Washington DC, US
  • Education: Princeton University, Georgetown University
  • Profession: Current Chairman of the Federal Reserve
  • Nationality: American
  • Ethnicity/Race: White
  • Political Party: Republican
  • Religion:  Not Available
  • Zodiac: Aquarius
  • Spouse/Wife: Elissa Leonard (m. 1985)
  • Children: 3
  • Net Worth: $112 million USD


  • Height: Not Available
  • Weight: Not Available
  • Feet Size: Not Available
  • Dress Size: Not Available

Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know

  • He had five siblings.
  • He started his career in 1979 after moving to New York City and became a clerk to Judge Ellsworth Van Grafeiland.
  • On November 2, 2017, President Donald Trump nominated Powell to serve as the Chair of the Federal Reserve.
  • They live in Chevy Chase Village, Maryland.
  • He is a Republican.
  • For more updates, visit our site.

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