Karen Civil’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Karen Civil was born on 8 November, 1986 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States, is an American entrepreneur. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Karen Civil’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.
|Occupation||Digital marketing strategist, entrepreneur, author|
|Age||35 years old|
|Born||8 November 1986|
|Birthplace||Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States|
What is Karen Civil’s net worth?
Karen Civil’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Karen Civil is 35 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
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Early Life: Source Wikipedia
Civil collaborated with, Samiel Asghedom, and Steve-O the “Marathon Clothing” smartstore. She was very involved in planning the April 2019 memorial service for and read the letter from former president Barack Obama that praised the rapper for his work in the community:
In May 2018, it was announced that Karen Civil would host the series Good Looking Out on Complex Networks. Its stated premise is to “give millennial entrepreneurs an opportunity to receive advice from experts in their respective fields.” The series aired on May 9, 2018 and had six episodes in its first season. In December 2019, she cited Los Angeles as being a source of inspiration for her work.
Civil has been outspoken about women’s rights in the workplace and in hip hop. Appearing on the Scoop B Radio podcast in 2017, Civil told Brandon Scoop B Robinson that she’s glad that the me-too movement was created, because it shows that women are not going to take it.
In 2016, Civil became involved in music producing, co-producing a Wale song featuring.
Civil served as an associate producer of the 2016 documentary film The Last Ride: A Philadelphia Story about Kyrell “Rell” Tyrel and bike culture.
Civil has spoken as a host for Hillary Clinton sponsored Democratic rallies. In 2016, BuzzFeed found tweets from 2009 by Civil that used anti-gay and anti-Jewish slurs. The Clinton campaign responded that they had no control over the speech of non-campaign staff.
In November 2015, Civil self-published a self-help book, Be You & Live Civil: Tools for Unlocking Your Potential & Living Your Purpose. Organized into four chapters called “Understanding Motivation,” “Self Motivation,” “Positive Attitude” and “Living Civil”, Civil describes her approach to her career path.
In 2015 she partnered with non-profit Sow a Seed to begin building a playground in Haiti, and for Christmas in 2015 she worked withand to donate clothes, toys and books to 500 students at her Live Civil School. In April 2017, Civil opened her Live Civil Computer Lab at the House Of Hope Orphanage in Haiti and donated 20 computers to the children. In August 2017, Civil worked with shoe company K-Swiss to produce a line of shoes. Civil had, as of December 2017, hosted an event called “Karen Civil Day” three times.
Civil won a 2009 Black Web Award from Essence magazine. In 2010, the staff of MTV News thanked her for contributions she made to their urban journalism. In 2012, Civil was named to the Ebony Power 100 list. On September 15, 2015, Civil was a guest speaker at the White House “Champions of Change” event honoring young women and their contributions to their communities. She has been compared to Oprah Winfrey for her influence in the rap industry. Black Enterprise named Civil “social influencer of the year.” In 2014, Civil was honored at both the 2014 BET Awards and the Salute 2014 Dinner. LA Weekly writer Mara Shalhoup wrote an article discussing Civil’s various accomplishments, particularly her work with campaigning for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election and her social media work. She was awarded the Key to the City from the city of Elizabeth, making her the youngest (and fourth) recipient of that key. In 2017, she was named “Social Influencer of the Year” by Black Enterprise.
In 2010 worked with rapperto develop Weezythanxyou.com, so that the rapper could publish letters to his fans while he was incarcerated at Rikers Island. From 2011 to 2015, she worked with Beats by Dre as digital marketing manager.
Civil began her media career in college, developing fan sites for actorand The Backstreet Boys; the Backstreet Boys site came in third in a national competition and the Williams site put Civil in touch with the actor after Williams’ lawyer sought her out. After graduating from high school, Civil entered community college but left to take an internship at radio station Hot 97 with DJ in 2002, where she worked as a staff assistant; she also began working with The Diplomats to develop e-commerce for the group. Civil later moved to Asylum Records, then in 2008 founded her own website karencivil.com and a marketing agency, Always Civil Enterprise, focused on digital strategy in the hip-hop industry.
Karen Civil (born November 8, 1984) is an American social media and digital media marketing strategist. She gained attention for helping to create and run Weezythanxyou.com, a website where the rapperpublished letters to his fans while he was incarcerated at Rikers Island.