Sally Yates is American lawyer. She served as United States attorney and later as United States deputy Attorney General. She was appointed by former President Barack Obama. Yates has also served as Acting United States Attorney General. Sally was born in Georgia. his father was also an attorney and served as a Judge on the Georgia Court of Appeals. The Squander will reveal Sally Yates’s net worth.
Sally Yates has been a long time government attorney and prosecutor. Aside from a short period of time in which she worked as a law associate for a firm in Atlanta, she spent most of her career as a public employee.
After her three years as a law firm associate, Yates became an assistant US attorney in Georgia. She prosecuted many different types of cases at the time including corruption cases. She also prosecuted Eric Rudolph after he bombed the Olympics in the 90s.
In the 2000’s, she climbed her way to becoming a full US attorney in Georgia, and was later offered the position of Deputy Atty. Gen. Under Eric Holder. Throughout her career, she has gone through multiple Senate confirmation hearings and passed easily.
Sally Yates’s husband, Comer Yates is also an attorney. He his executive director for the Atlanta Speech School, a nonprofit organization.
Sally and Comer Yates have investments of between $500,000 to $1 million in Coca Cola. They have investments of $1-5 million in both Equifax and Fidelity. They also have an inheritance assets of between $100,000 and $200,000. The Yates family has a mortgage loan of $250,000-$500,000.
So how much is Sally Yates’s net worth? Given the large positions in investments, and other assets, we estimate that Sally Yates net worth in 2020 is estimated to be around $8 million.