Who is Eric Adams’s Wife Son, Net worth, Age, Height, Family

Quick Facts of Eric Adams

Full Name: Eric Leroy Adams
Age: 62 Years
Birthday: 1 September 1960
Birthplace: Brownsville, New York, United States
Nationality: American
Gender: Male
Horoscope: Virgo
Wife: Chrisena Coleman
Net Worth:  $9 million
Height: 5 feet 9 inches
Profession: Politician
Sibling: N/A

Who is Eric Adams?

Eric Adams is a gifted and intelligent American politician, a retired police officer, and a published author of numerous books. He is currently known around the world as the 18th Borough President of Brooklyn in New York City. In the Democratic primary, he is now running for mayor of New York in 2021.

What is the  Age of Eric Adams?

Eric Adams, also known as Eric Leroy Adams, was born on September 1, 1960. He was born in Brownsville, Brooklyn, to butcher father Leroy and house cleaner mother Dorothy, and was raised in Bushwick, Brooklyn, and South Jamaica, Queens.

He is one of the couple’s six children, with three older and two younger siblings. Eric went to Bayside High School as a student. Following his high school graduation, he enrolled at the New York City College of Technology, where he received an associate degree, and then at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where he received a B.A. He then earned his M.P.A. from Marist College.

Who is Eric Adams’s Wife?

Eric is currently married. He is the husband of Tracey Collins, a teacher in New York City. The couple has been together for a long time and owns a co-op in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Eric dated Chrisena Coleman before marrying Tracey, and he remained very close to her and spent a lot of time with her. In fact, she gave birth to a son named Jordan Coleman, but they later divorced for an unspecified reason.

What is the Net worth of Eric Adams?

Adam is a wealthy man with a net worth of $9 million. He earns money from a variety of sources, the majority of which are related to his political career. He used to make a living as a police officer. He currently supplemented his income as an author and landlord. If he wins his mayoral election, his net worth is expected to rise.

When did Eric Adams Begin his Career?

Eric began his career as a police officer in 1984 after attending the New York City Police Academy and graduating from there. He worked for the New York City Transit Police as well as the New York City Police Department.

During his policing career, he worked with the 6th Precinct in Greenwich Village, the 94th Precinct in Greenpoint, Clinton Hill, and many others. In the 1990s, he was the president of the Grand Council of the Guardians, an African American patrolmen’s organization.

Eric was a co-founder of the 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care organization in 1995, which is an advocacy group for black police officers who frequently speak out against police brutality and racial profiling. He worked as a cop until 2006.

During the 1993 Mayoral election, Eric backed David Dinkins and made a remark about Herman Badillo, a candidate for New York State Comptroller. Eric ran in the Democratic primary for the 11th Congressional District in 1994 but was defeated by Major Owens.

Between 1997 and 2001, Eric registered as a Republican. Adams ran for the Democratic Party’s seat in the New York State Senate in 2006. He was elected Brooklyn Borough President after serving four years in the Senate. He represented the 20th Senate District. Adams was one of the 24 state senators who voted in favor of same-sex marriage and helped to legalize it when New York’s Marriage Equality Act went into effect.

In 2016, Adam launched a digital application that could be used as a paperless alternative to applying for a position on one of Brooklyn’s community boards. Adams announced in November 2020 that he would run for mayor of New York City in 2021. During the election in June 2021, it was revealed that he received more votes than the American businessman Andrew Yang, who is also a former presidential candidate.

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