Zina Bash Biography
Zina Bash born Zina Linda Gelman, currently serves as Attorney General Ken Paxton’s senior counsel on his executive leadership team. She is a former clerk to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
She previously worked in the White House as part of the Domestic Policy Council. Bash also worked on the presidential campaign of Sen. Ted Cruz and as a counsel to Sen. John Cornyn. In addition to Cavanaugh, she was a law clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito.
She attained her law degree from Harvard University and a master’s degree in business administration from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Zina Bash Age
Zina Bash is 36 years old and was born on December 23, 1981 in Mexico to Maria Gelman and Dr. Lawrence Gelman. Her grandparents were Holocaust survivors. She is Mexican on her mother’s side and Jewish on her father’s side. Her father, an anesthesiologist, is the chief executive of Doctors Hospital at Renaissance in Edinburg, Tex.
Zina Bash Husband
Her husband is US Attorney John Franklin Bash III, the son of Camille Bash and Mr. Bash Jr. of Columbia, Md. They married in 2007 at Sacred Heart Church. The ceremony was performed by The Rev. Thomas Luczak, a Roman Catholic priest.
Franklin’s mother is the chief financial officer and treasurer of Catholic Community Services of Washington. His father retired as a lieutenant colonel in the Army at Fort Meade, Md.
Zina Bash Children
She has a daughter known as Maria Izabella.
Zina Bash Immigration
She previously worked in the White House as part of the Domestic Policy Council. The press release announcing her appointment referred to her job in the White House as “Special Assistant to the President for regulatory reform, legal and immigration policy.”
Zina Bash Net Worth
Information about her estimated net worth will be updated soon.
Zina Bash Twitter
Zina Bash while attending Kavanaugh’s nomination hearing on September 4, 2018, cameras caught her resting her arm in a way that some construed as a controversial symbol used by the alt-right.
— Keith R. Dumas (@rubin_kd) September 4, 2018