Heather Deforest Crosby is a 51-year-old clothing line owner and one of the directors of the Philanthropic organization Joyful heart Foundation, which she supports from the profits earned from her yoga clothing line. Heather Deforest Crosby’s life had been run on the lower wheels making it difficult to scoop much about her earlier life, educational status, and net worth.
But it has been circulated that she had passed from the Hobart and William Smith Colleges respectively with excellent marks. She had, before her marriage to ex-husband Steven Mnuchin, worked as a Public related executive, climbing up to the position of the Vice President for Communication at Launch Media which is an Internet Music, Music Information and News Company.
Heather DeForest Crosby’s Influential Family tree
Daughter of Virginia Duel Crosby(Mother), a Corporate Director of Volunteers at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York and Henry Ashton Crosby Jr.(Father), teaches English, Latin, Theater at the Rippowam-Cisqna School in Bedford, New York.
Ex Daughter-in-law of Elaine Terner Cooper(Ex mother-in-law), Vice President of the International Directors Council of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Director of the Byrd Hoffman Foundation and Robert E.Mnunchin (Ex Father-in-law), retired general partner at the Goldman, Sachs, owns C&M Arts, an art gallery at New York.
The ex-wife of Steven Terner Munchin, US Secretary of the Treasury, who was personally appointed by President Donald Trump on the 13th of February, 2017. An Ivy Leaguer and a director of the Yale Development Board and City Harvest, an organization that provides food to the needy.
During her marriage to Steven, they had three children together. Emma Munchin, JP Munchin, and Dylan Munchin.
Heather Deforest Crosby: Marriage and Divorce period to Steven Mnunchin
The ex-couple decided to tie the knot on the 25th of September, 1999 at Cipriani Wall Street, New York. Working their way through the marriage for 15 long years until they called it quits. They welcomed 3 children together which are mentioned above. After the divorce, as per court law, Steven paid a large number for Child Support and Alimony every month. Not that it would affect him anyways, taking into account his large fortune.
Also not forgetting the Marital Property term, under which half of the properties bought during the marriage are to be divided equally between the couple. It would have been a lot easier If it was made public which mansions and how much alimony was paid in the divorce process, would we get a rough idea about Heather’s Net Worth. But none the less, it’s safe to say, it’s obviously in the average maximum.
Steven and Heather’s Estates bought during their Marriage
Several estates were bought during the 15 years. A luxurious duplex was bought at 740 Park Avenue which cost around $10.5 million. Then they moved on to buying the Bel Air Mansion which was about $26.5 million. After the divorce, Heather moved out to her Beverly Hills Mansion, $13 million. Coming to their current love life, Heather is dating a man named David Ford. Steven had moved a gear forward by marrying the actress, Louise Linton.
A Deeper Scoop on Heather’s ex-husband, Steven Mnunchin
Good family background, strong educational status, and an astonishing $500 million net worth. He is living a life of luxury and gave an equally luxurious life to the ex-wife, Heather and current wife, Louise Linton. He started off in Banking, eventually climbing up the tower and holding strong positions, for quite some time until he decided to leave in the year 2002, with $46 million worth of stock and $12.6 million as compensation.
He then tried his luck as a film producer. Establishing Dune Entertainment, under which famous and profitable projects like, “X-men”, “Avatar”, “American Sniper” was produced. On the year 2012, he entered politics, supporting Mitt Romney during the Presidential race. 4 years later he was named the Finance Chair of the Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign. After Donald Trump’s victory, he was named as the new US Secretary of the Treasury, succeeding Jack Lew.