Priscilla Chan Net Worth 2020, Biography, Early Life, Education, Career and Achievement.
Priscilla Chan Net Worth – Priscilla Chan is an American philanthropist and pediatrician. She is married to the Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg in 2012.
Early Life, Family and Education:
Priscilla Chan was born on February 24, 1985, in Braintree, Massachusetts, USA.
Her nationality is American and ethnicity is Chinese. Her mother’s name is Yvonne Chan and father’s name is Dennis Chan. She grew up speaking Cantonese and she has two younger sisters, Elaine Chan and Michelle Chan.
Priscilla graduated from Quincy High School in 2003. She used to be bright students and voted was “class genius” by the classmates. Although, Chan graduated with BA in Biology from Harvard University.
Moving towards her personal life, she met her husband Mark Zuckerberg while in line for the bathroom at a frat party at Harvard in 2003. Priscilla Chan married Mark Zuckerberg on May 19, 2012, in his backyard.
The couple suffered three miscarriages, before getting pregnant with a baby girl. Mark announced the news on July 31, 2015, via Facebook.
They currently live in Palo Alto, California. Priscilla and Mark announced the birth of their daughter, Max was born on December 1, 2015.
Chan has had a pretty interesting career in her own right as a doctor and philanthropist. Her commitment to medicine and health influenced Zuckerberg in adding an organ donor registry to Facebook.
Likewise, she began her career as a pediatrician where her charities and donations are usually focused on education, healthcare, and science.
However, they gave 18 million Facebook shares (esteemed at more than $970 million) to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation in 2013.
In addition, they promised $120 million to government funded schools in the San Francisco Bay Area. Furthermore, they swore to give 99% of their Facebook shares, at that point esteemed at $45 billion, to the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative.
Furthermore, she is planning to launch The Primary School in 2016 in East Palo Alto, California which would be a nonprofit organization providing K-12 education with parental care.
While, Chan and Zuckerberg donated $50,000 to The Aloha Angels Endowed Fund, a program aimed to fund teachers and after-school activities in Kauai, Hawaii in March 2017.