Alma Powell ( Colin Powell Wife ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Children,, Profession and Ethnicity

Alma Vivian Powell is an American audiologist and the wife of Colin Powell know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Children,, Profession and Ethnicity

Name Alma Powell
Birthdate ( Age) 27 October 1937
Place of Birth Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Colin Powell (m. 1962)
Children Annemarie Powell, Linda Powell, Michael Powell
Parents Robert Charles Johnson, Mildred Elisa Bell
Education University in Nashville
Profession American audiologist
Net Worth $60 Million 
Last Update October 2021

Alma Vivian Powell is an American audiologist.She graduated from Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, and went on to study speech pathology and audiology at Emerson College in Boston.

Alma Powell is the chair of America’s Promise, the nation’s largest partnership dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth.

Early Life and Family

Alma Powell was Born on 27 October 1937 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States.Her father and uncle were principals of two high schools in Birmingham; Condoleezza Rice’s father worked in her uncle’s school as a guidance counselor.

Alma Powell Husband and Children

Powell married Alma Johnson on August 25, 1962. Their son, Michael Powell, was the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from 2001 to 2005. His daughters are Linda Powell, an actress, and Annemarie Powell. As a hobby, Powell restored old Volvo and Saab cars.

Alma Powell Net Worth

Alma Vivian Powell is an American audiologist and wife of military and political figure Colin Powell has an estimated Net Worth around $60 Million in 2021.

Alma Powell Books

Alma Powell has also authored two children’s books, America’s Promise and My Little Red Wagon.In 2011 she was named the NASBE’s National Education Policy Leader of the Year along with her husband.

Professional Career

After finishing her graduation, she quickly started her career and accepted her first job as a radio host. She hosted a show called “Luncheon with Alma”, a show which included latest news about women’s with music as well.

Almost after a year, she shifted to North America to Boston, Massachusetts in order to study Pathology and Audiology at Emerson College. During the span of 1958 to 1962, she served as an audiologist for the Boston Guild for the Hard of Hearing.

Alma Powell served herself to be the chair of America’s Promise that is the nation’s largest dedicated partnership that helps in improving the lives of children and youth. She has also tried her hands in making two children’s books. In 2011, she was being honored with NASBE’s “National Education Policy Leader of the Year” along with her husband Colin Powell.

Colin Powell

Colin Luther Powell was an American politician, diplomat and four-star general who served as the 65th United States Secretary of State from 2001 to 2005. He was the first African-American Secretary of State.Prior to the election of Barack Obama as president in 2008, he and his successor, Condoleezza Rice, were the highest-ranking African Americans in the history of the federal executive branch . He served as the 16th United States National Security Advisor from 1987 to 1989 and as the 12th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1989 to 1993.

Powell was born in New York City in 1937 and was raised in the South Bronx. His parents, Luther and Maud Powell, immigrated to the United States from Jamaica. He was educated in the New York City public schools, graduating from the City College of New York (CCNY), where he earned a bachelor’s degree in geology.

He also participated in ROTC at CCNY and received a commission as an Army second lieutenant upon graduation in June 1958. He was a professional soldier for 35 years, during which time he held many command and staff positions and rose to the rank of four-star general. He was Commander of the U.S. Army Forces Command in 1989.

Powell’s last assignment, from October 1989 to September 1993, was as the 12th chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest military position in the Department of Defense. During this time, he oversaw 28 crises, including the invasion of Panama in 1989 and Operation Desert Storm in the Persian Gulf War against Iraq in 1990–1991.

He formulated the Powell Doctrine which limits American military action unless it satisfies criteria regarding American national security interests, overwhelming force, and widespread public support.He was the 65th United States Secretary of State, serving under Republican President George W. Bush. His term was highly controversial regarding his inaccurate justification for America’s Iraq War in 2003. He was forced to resign after Bush was reelected in 2004.

In retirement, Powell wrote his autobiography, My American Journey. He pursued a career as a public speaker, addressing audiences across the country and abroad. Prior to his appointment as Secretary of State, Powell was the chairman of America’s Promise – The Alliance for Youth, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to mobilizing people from every sector of American life to build the character and competence of young people. He won numerous U.S. and foreign military awards and decorations.

His civilian awards included the Presidential Medal of Freedom (twice), the Congressional Gold Medal, the Presidential Citizens Medal, the Secretary of State Distinguished Service Medal, and the Secretary of Energy Distinguished Service Medal. Several schools and other institutions were named in his honor and he held honorary degrees from universities and colleges across the country. In 2016, while not a candidate for that year’s election, he received three electoral votes from Washington for the office of President of the United States.