Jana Carter Biography, Married, Family, Kids, Quick Facts
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Van Jones hardly needs any introduction, but today is not about the popular African American political activist. Instead, we’ll take a quick look at his aide, Jana Carter.

Jana is a person who doesn’t really seem to enjoy being in the spotlight. She hardly reveals anything about her private life. Although she is married to a popular personality, she has impressively managed to draw a line between the media and her private life.

Biography

Jana is one of those women who are widely recognized by the fame of her husband. She is widely known as the wife of the famous African American political activist and television personality Van Jones.

Jana comes from a political family, she is one of six children of William Alton Carter III and Sybill Spire. Her five siblings include William Carter, Marble Carter, Kim Carter, Mandy Carter, and Earl Carter. Jana was a student at UC Berkeley’s School of Law and has been involved in various political campaigns thanks to her father’s political career.

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While still at school, Jana worked as the director of the U.S. Race Healing Program of Search for Common Ground, through which she gained much popularity, and when she finished her studies, she became involved in several important functions, including journalism and activism, which helped her earn a certain personal income.

Currently, Jana Carter is involved in several programs to promote entrepreneurship. She is a board member of the Garden Church. She is the owner of Kidpacking, producer and operations manager at Magic Labs Media. Jana has also shown signs of becoming more deeply involved in politics, like her husband, through her involvement in social programs.

 Family

Jana is closely related to Jimmy Carter, the 39th president of the USA. Her late father, Billy, was a politician, farmer, and prominent businessman – a career he may have inherited from his father, James Earl Carter Sr., who was a prominent businessman, farmer, and legislator.

Jana’s grandmother was a popular nurse in Georgia who served as a Peace Corps volunteer in India. She died of breast cancer shortly after Jimmy left office in January 1981.

Jana’s father also ran for mayor of Plains, Georgia, but he lost to his opponent by a few votes. He later left politics and got other jobs while his brother was busy with his political career. He died at the age of 51 after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 1987.

Is Jana Carter Married? – Husband And Kids

Jana and her husband van, try as best they can to be as inconspicuous as possible in their marital affairs.

The bi-racial couple has been married for a long time, and unlike many celebrity couples whose marriages are always full of controversy, these two haven’t had a bad day, which is most likely due to the fact that they don’t publicize their relationship like their celebrity colleagues do in the social media.

Despite the fact that Van is a popular character, he rarely shares information about his wife and children. He is a man who keeps his professional life separate from his private life.

There is no news or rumors of the couple’s divorce. Nor is there any information about the couple involved in extramarital affairs that have become known online.

The beautiful couple is blessed with two children, both boys: Mattai Jones (9) and Cabral Jones (13). Her husband Anthony Lapel Jones is an American commentator, author, and non-practicing lawyer in the United States. He and his twin sister Angela were born on September 20, 1968, and are from Tennessee.

Anthony’s mother, Lovetha Jean, was a high school teacher, and his father, Willie Anthony Jones, was a high school principal; his grandfather was a Christian Methodist Episcopal church leader. He is an award-winning pioneer in the field of human rights and clean energy. He is the president and co-founder of Dream Corps, a non-profit organization.

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Anthony is the author of two New York Times bestsellers – The green collar economy and Rebuild the dream. He served as a special advisor to former President Barack Obama on green jobs. He was announced as a co-host for a show in June 2013 alongside Newt Gingrich, Stephanie Cutter, and H.E. Cupp. The show was later canceled in October 2014. However, he continued to work as a regular contributor to CNN. In 2016 he launched The Messy Truth, a documentary series with a news feature and subsequent studio discussion series, and was broadcast on CNN in 2017 as The Messy Truth with Van Jones.

In 2018, he launched The Van Jones on CNN, and his first guest was rap star Jay-Z.

Van has shown that he is a supportive husband. In 2009, he publicly praised his wife for her extraordinary abilities as a wife, mother, and entrepreneur. In his opinion, Jana is a kind of power tool girl, very independent, which makes it a little easier for her. He also said that he loves her because she is very resourceful. Jana used to run marathons and climb mountains. The couple and their two children currently live in California.

Quick Facts about Jana Carter

Date of Birth Year1974
ProfessionBusiness
CitizenshipAmerican
Marital StatusMarried
Husband/SpouseVan Jones
DivorcedNo
Gay/LesbainNo
Net WorthNot Disclosed
EthnicityWhite
Social MediaTwitter
Children/Kids2
ParentsBilly Carter (Father), Sybil Spires (Mother)
SiblingsKim, Marle (Sister) & William, Mandy, Earl (Brothers)