Born on August 20, 1960, Sally Yates is an American lawyer and an Attorney. She served as a United States Attorney having appointed by President Barack Obama.
Before Fame: Before fame, she attended University of Georgia.
Career / Awards: She served as a United States Attorney and later United States Deputy Attorney General.
Who is Sally Yates born to? Sally Yates parents
Born in Georgia, United States, Yates was born to J. Kelley Quillian and Xara Terrell Quillian. She attended University of Georgia.
Who is Sally Yates’s husband?
Yates is married to Comer Yates. The couple live in Georgia and have two children. Contact Sally Yates on her twitter.
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Sally Caroline Yates
- Nicknames: Sally
- Birthday: August 20, 1960
- Age: 56 years old
- Gender: Female
- Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia
- Current Residence: United States
- Education: University of Georgia
- Profession: Attorney
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: White
- Religion: Not Available
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- Spouse/Wife: Comer Yales
- Children: Two
- Net Worth: Not Available
- Earnings: Not Available
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Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- She served as a Deputy Attorney General under President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump.
- She began her legal career at the King & Spalding law firm in Atlanta.
- In 1989, she was hired as an assistant attorney for the US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia.
- Sally Yates has two children Kelley Malone and James Quillian.
- She graduated from University of Georgia.
- In 2015, she authored the policy known as “Yates Memo” prioritizing the prosecution of executives for corporative crimes.
- In late January, Yates warned the Trump administration that National Security Advisor Michael T. Flynn had not been truthful about his contacts with Russia related to sanctions and that he was vulnerable to blackmail by Russian intelligence.