Ted Mondale Bio, Career, Education, Family, Spouse and Net Worth
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Who is Ted Mondale?
Ted Mondale ( Theodore Adams Mondale ) is an American entrepreneur, politician, and public administrator. Mondale is a former CEO of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, where he oversaw Minnesota Viking stadium from conception to operation.
Ted has worked as a Minnesota state senator and chairman of the Metropolitan Council from 1999 to 2003. He is also the CEO of the Nazca Solution. Inc a technology fulfillment venture based in Minneapolis Minnesota.
In 1998, Ted sought the Democratic primary nomination for Minnesota governor. This was after working as the Minnesota State Senate. However, the competition included three very prominent candidates from well-known and connected families from Minnesota.
The race included Skip Humphrey was the state Attorney General and the son of former US Vice President Hubert Humphrey. The second candidate that he was facing was Mark Dayton who was State Auditor of the Dayton Department Store dynasties and Mike Freeman was a Hennepin Country district attorney and a son of former governor Orville Freeman. Ted was more fiscally moderated compared to other candidates who had distanced themselves from work, however, he didn’t pass through the primaries
After that, he was selected as chairman of the Metropolitan Council in the Cabinet of Governor Jesse Ventura. His duty was to oversee the initiation of the high-density housing and retail development in the Twin Cities. He was also overseeing the light-rail transportation planning from the Suburban area to the central cities. Ted was nominated as the chair of the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission by Governor Maky Dayton in 2011. After one year of his nomination as the chair, he was then named as CEO of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority.
Ted is also the CEO of Nazca Solutions a software company that was hired by Hennepin County to create a program that will revolutionize the way data from real estate records is made available on the internet.
Ted Mondale’s Age
He was born October 12, 1957, currently aged 63 years
Ted Mondale’s Family
He is the eldest son of the late U.S Vice President Walter Mondale and late Joan Mondale. His mother was an artist and author. She also served on the board of several organizations. Her mother was the second lady of the United States from 1977 to 1981. Moreover apart from his father being a politician he was also a diplomat and lawyer who served as the 42nd vice president of the United States from 1977 to 1981 under president Jimmy Carter
Mondale has only one Sibling by the name of Eleanor Mondale who was an American radio personality, television host, and actress. However, his sister died back in 2011 at the age of 51.
Ted Mondale’s Education
He attended Mitchell Hamline School of Law and after that, he joined William Mitchell College of Law and graduated in 1988.
Ted Mondale’s Spouse
Mondale got married in 1988 to Pamela Burriss
In 2011, the couple decided to separate for some time, however, things didn’t work and they officially divorced in 2013
Ted Mondale’s Children
They were blessed with three kids however their names are not known.
Ted Mondale’s Height
Mondale’s height stands at 1.63 m tall and weighs about 51kg.
Ted Mondale’s Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be around $ 5 million.