Stacey Plaskett is an American politician and attorney who was selected as a House impeachment manager for Donald Trump’s second impeachment in the aftermath of the US Capitol storming on January 12, 2021, making her the first non-voting member of the House of Representatives to do so.
Salary & Net Worth
When questioned about Trump’s rise and how he interprets certain Americans’ reactions to endless conflicts in an interview with Frontline, she stated,
“I believe he was successful in exploiting public cynicism of the elite as well as public suspicion of Washington. Surprisingly, I believe the same individuals he talked to and those who followed him believed the conflicts were necessary. So I don’t think it’s so much a dislike of endless wars as it is a dislike of those who put us in war and continue to use us for their own purposes in Washington—Yeah, that’s an interesting—an that’s interesting—an that’s interesting—an that’s interesting—an that’s interesting—an that’s interesting—an that’s interesting—an that’s interesting—an that’s interesting—an that’s interesting—an that’s interesting That was something I hadn’t considered.”
Plaskett’s tenure as a member of the United States House of Representatives for the Virgin Islands At-large District from 2015 to the present has garnered her a lot of money. Her basic compensation throughout her eight-year term was $174,000, which may have climbed significantly by now.
We don’t have an exact number for Stacey’s net worth, but we do know that she has a six-figure net worth as of 2021. She does, however, have a happy family life, which is similar to her political career in that it is full of highs and lows.
Marcia Fudge, a fellow congresswoman, has a wiki, is married, and has a net worth of $1 million.
Husband and Family
Plaskett is married to Jonathan Buckley Small and has two children with him: a boy and a daughter.
Small, the congresswoman’s husband, has a similar background as his wife, having previously worked for the Virgin Islands Legislature as a principal researcher. He’s also a businessman who works many professions, including HR management in Washington and owning enterprises.
The couple has two children, a boy and a daughter, and presently lives in Washington, D.C. Plaskett has three children from her former marriage to Andre Duffy, with whom she had three children. They chose to relocate their children from the Virgin Islands to Washington, D.C. since the Virgin Islands had a restricted number of flights.
On the day of her kid’s graduation, Stacey posed with her husband and son (photo courtesy of Stacey’s Instagram).
As a result, her husband, who she characterizes as a greater political fanatic than she, chose to relocate their family to Washington, D.C. Her children have also become politically aware, which makes her happy as a mother to watch her children continue in their parents’ footsteps.
Plaskett graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service with a bachelor’s degree in international relations. She went on to major in Juris Doctorate at American University’s Washington College of Law.
Plaskett began her career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Bronx, where she gained valuable public-service experience before becoming a lawmaker.
She began her career as General Counsel for the Virgin Islands Economic Growth Authority and the American territory’s economic development in the Virgin Islands.
She was also a member of the Oversight and Reform Committee. She ensured that government and business sector enterprises whose actions have an influence on the Virgin Islands population are held accountable and transparent.