Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary


Rachel Campos-Duffy

Rachel Campos-Duffy

Who is Rachel Campos-Duffy?

Rachel Campos-Duffy is a well-known American public figure. Rachel Campos-Duffy is most known for her work as a television personality, published author, and communications consultant.

Rachel Campos-Duffy’s Net Worth

Rachel Campos-Duffy has a net worth of $500,000 dollars.

Duffy’s total compensation as an Independent Director at Nicolet Bankshares is $46,479.

The Arizona native is married to former Sean Duffy, who was revealed in a 2009 financial statement to be one of the poorest members of Congress.

Sean said at the time that he and Rachel had $250,000 to $500,000 in mortgage debt, $100,000 in-school loan debt, $50,000 in credit card debt, and $250,000 in debt related to the family vacation home, a cabin near his primary property in Wisconsin at the time.

Rachel Campos-Duffy

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Rachel Campos-Duffy’s Professional Career

In 1994, Rachel Campos-Duffy and her six housemates appeared on ‘The Real World: San Francisco.’

She lived there from February 12 to June 19. On July 6, 1994, the show premiered.

Later that year, Rachel appeared in ‘Road Rules: All-Stars,’ alongside a few Real World castmates, including Sean Duffy.

Rachel was one of ten Real World cast members that appeared in Wedding Video, a 2003 film based on one of the show’s stars, Norman Korpi.

Duffy tried out for the role of Barbara Walters on the television talk show ‘The View’ three times.

She competed in an on-air tryout with Lisa Ling and Lauren Sanchez when she was hired in 1999.

Rachel was portrayed battling against Erin Hershey Presley and Elisabeth Hasselback until Elisabeth was hired after Lisa departed the show in 2002.

She reapplied for the job after Elizabeth left, but she was unsuccessful.

Rachel spoke out against the Trump administration’s controversial practice on Fox News’ The Ingraham Angle on June 21, 2018.

Duffy backed Republican Congressional candidate Greg Gianforte of Montana in 2017 after he was accused of physically assaulting reporter Ben Jacobs.

Duffy claimed that when Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in the election, there was no proof of election fraud or theatrics.

Rachel will now co-host Fox and Friends, succeeding Jedediah Bila, and her first appearance will be on June 12, 2021.

Rachel Campos-Duffy’s Relationship Status

Rachel Campos-Duffy and her husband, former congressman Sean Duffy, have been married since April 10, 1999.

Rachel believes they met on television at first, but they actually met on a train in 1997 since their careers required them to travel.

Sean was once a congressman from Wisconsin’s 7th congressional district. Rachel revealed that she had two miscarriages in 2008.

They moved to Wausau, Wisconsin, in 2013 so Sean could be closer to an airport for his weekly trip to Washington, D.C., where he worked three or four days a week.

On August 26, 2019, Rachel’s husband announced his retirement from Congress.

He announced his resignation from Congress on Facebook, citing his family as the reason for his departure.

Duffy added that their ninth child, born in October of the same year, would require even more love, effort, and attention due to difficulties, including heart disease.

Sean went on to remark that it was a good moment for him to focus his attention and time on his family.

Children of Rachel Campos-Duffy

Rachel Campos-Duffy is the mother of six daughters and three sons.

On October 1, 1999, she gave birth to her first child, a daughter named Evita Pilar Duffy.

She gave birth to her second child, a son called Xavier Jack Duffy, in November 2001.

Her third child, Lucia-Belen Duffy, was born in April 2004. John-Paul Duffy, her fourth child, was born in 2006.

Duffy’s third daughter and fifth child, Paloma Pilar Duffy, was born on May 18, 2008.

Maria Victoria Margarita Duffy, her sixth child, was born on April 1, 2010.

On May 6, 2014, Margarita Duffy, her fourth daughter and seventh child, was born.

At 44, she gave birth to her eighth child, a son named Patrick Miguel Duffy, on May 29, 2016.

Valentina Stella Maris was born on October 1, 2019, as the Duffys’ ninth child (and sixth daughter).

Valentina, who was born a month earlier, had Down syndrome.

Rachel Campos-Duffy’s Childhood

Miguel Campos and Maria del Pilar, both junior high school teachers in Chandler, grew up in Tempe, Arizona.

Her two brothers are Patrick and Joseph Campos. Her sister, Leah Campos Schandlbauer, ran for Congress in Arizona in 2012.

Campos and her siblings were raised in a fervent Catholic home.

Seton Catholic Preparatory High School awarded her diploma to the 49-year-old.

Campos’ grandparents emigrated from Mexico to the United States.

Campos graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in economics in December 1993.

She received the Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellowship, which she planned to use to pursue her dream of becoming a college professor.

Campos graduated with honors from the University of California, San Diego, with a master’s degree in international affairs.

Rachel Campos-Duffy’s Mishap

Rachel Campos-Duffy was a passenger on a train that derailed while transporting Republican leaders and their families to a party meeting in West Virginia in January 2018.

When the train crashed with a dump truck on the lines outside Charlottesville, Virginia, just one person was killed.

Though no one on the train was critically hurt, some legislators were treated for minor ailments.

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Quick Facts of Rachel Campos-Duffy

  • Duffy’s total compensation at Nicolet Bankshares as an Independent Director is $46,479.
  • 14 executives at Nicolet Bankshares are paid more, with Michael Daniels receiving the most at $2,804,170.
  • The Arizona native is married to former Sean Duffy, who was discovered to be one of the poorest members of Congress in a 2009 financial statement.
  • Rachel has been married to her husband, former congressman Sean Duffy.
  • Duffy was a passenger on a train that derailed in January 2018 as it was hauling Republican leaders and their families to a party conference in West Virginia.