Jane Lauder Bio
Jane Lauder (Jane Lauder Warsh), the granddaughter of cosmetics legend Estée Lauder and now runs the makeup company’s Clinique unit, a mall-staple skin-care line is an American heiress and also a businesswoman.
Jane Lauder Age
Jane Lauder Height
There are no known records concerning Lauder’s height. However, the heiress and also a businesswoman has an admirable height.
Jane Lauder Net Worth|Salary
Jane has a net worth of 3.6 billion USD.
Jane Lauder Married
Jane and Kelvin Warsh got married back in 2002. The duo met at Stanford, and they presently live in Manhattan. Jane Lauder, is the granddaughter, and heiress of Estée Lauder and also a long-time employee of the family business, the Estée Lauder company.
Formerly the general manager of Origins, Lauder has served as the Global Brand President for Clinique since the year 2014. According to Forbes, her net worth as of September 27, 2017, was worth $2 billion. Warsh’s father in law is known as Ronald Lauder.
Jane Lauder Daughter
Lauder who has been married to Kevin Warsh since 2002 lives together in Manhattan. The couple keeps their personal life private and therefore there are no records revealing about thei children on the media.
Jane Lauder Education
Lauder graduated from the Chapin School and then in Stanford University.
Jane Lauder Mother
lauder’s mother is known as Jo Carole (Knopf) Lauder.
Jane Lauder Father
Lauder’s father, Ronald Lauder (Ronald Steven Lauder) is an American businessman, art collector, and also a political activist. Ronald is an heir to the Estée Lauder Companies, and also the president of the World Jewish Congress.
Jane Lauder Career
Lauder joined the family business in 1996. In 2013, she was promoted to global president and general manager of Estée Lauder’s Origins, Darphin, and Ojon brands.Lauder owns 20 million shares in the Estée Lauder Companies making her worth $1.4 billion in 2013.
Jane Lauder Quotes
- From a sustainability standpoint, look for natural products, but not all chemicals are bad. Learn what works for you.
- Brands are born, not created.
- It’s fun to buy make-up online. It’s even more fun to go into a store and buy it.
- Generation Y is much smarter. They just get information much more quickly. They really understand the idea of quality and value.