Swanee Grace Hunt is best known for her role as the founding director of the Women in Public Policy Program (WAPPP), but is also revered as the Eleanor Roosevelt Lecturer of Public Policy at Harvard University. Hunt has made a fortune as one of Boston’s most respected minds, and her estimated net worth is $407 million.
Hunt founded the WAPPP–a research center concerned with domestic and foreign policy–in 1997. As an expert on domestic and foreign affairs, she is the president of Hunt Alternatives, a private foundation in Cambridge, MA dedicated to world wide social change.
Hunt is supremely skilled, and has earned numerous awards for her work. She’s been recognized by the American Mental Health Association and the Boston Chamber of Commerce, and was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame. Hunt has also authored articles for The New York Times, Foreign Policy Magazine, and The Boston Globe. She’s published three books, including her latest, Rwandan Women Rising. She continues to speak out for women’s rights.
Due to her vast efforts,