Mars, Jacqueline is an American heiress and a successful businesswoman in the United States of America. She is the daughter of Forrest Mars, Sr., and the granddaughter of Franklin Clarence Mars, the founders of the famous candy company Mars, Inc. When it comes to wealth, Forbes ranked Mars at 38 out of the world’s wealthiest people for 2018.
Whatis Jacqueline Mars’s net worth?
Mrs. Mars has a net worth of 28.1 billion dollars, according to Forbes.
|Year||Net Worth||Increase Rate|
|2022||$28.1 billion||22.17% increase|
|2021||$23.5 billion||23.34% increase|
|2020||$18.6 billion||28.27% increase|
|2019||$14.5 billion||45% increase|
Early life and Education
On October 10, 1939, in Washington, D.C., to Forrest Mars Sr. and Audrey Mars. In addition to John Mars and Forrest Mars Jr, she had a sister and a brother.
The woman who raised her was taught to be a humble and down-to-earth person, and she embodies that. Miss Hall’s School in Pittsfield was her alma mater. Ms. Mars graduated from Miss Hall’s School in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, where she attended boarding school and received her Education. She then went to Bryn Mawr College. As a result of her studies at Bryn Mawr College, she was awarded an Anthropology degree in 1961.
Jacqueline is a member of the Mars family for the third generation. She joined the family business in 1982 as the president of the Food Product Group, a position she held until 2001 when she decided to retire. She served on the board of Mars, Inc. from 2001 to 2016.
A candy, pet food, and food company based in McLean, Virginia, Mars, Inc. Known for confections such as Snickers, Milky Way, and Twix, it is the world’s largest candy maker. As a result of its purchase of Wrigley in 2008 for $23 billion, it now controls over half of the U.S. gum market.
Also available from Mars, Inc. are brands such as Juicy Fruit, Big Red, Double mint, Life Savers and Eclipse, the popular Skittles and Altoids, and Starbursts. Company food products include Suzi Wan and Uncle Ben’s, with pet foods like Pedigree, Whiskas, and Eukanuba rounding things out.
In the years since her retirement, Jacqueline has served on some different boards. In addition, there are private companies such as Mars Inc. and the Smithsonian Institution. Also, Ms. Mars makes appearances at equestrian events and in the art world on rare occasions. In addition, she is the recipient of the U.S.
Equestrian Team Foundation’s Jacqueline B. Mars Competition & Training Grant helps train horse riders in the United States of America (USOH). A regular donor to the League of Conservation Voters, she owns an organic farm that the Land Trust of Virginia protects.
Near her home in The Plains, Northern Virginia, on October 4, 2013, Jacqueline Mars was involved in a traffic accident. Six people were in a Chrysler van when her car collided with it. Two passengers suffered miscarriages: one was 86 years old and died on the spot, and the other was eight months pregnant and died later.
She was eventually arrested and charged with reckless driving. She later admitted to a witness that she had fallen asleep behind the wheel of the vehicle. In the end, the businesswoman pleaded guilty to reckless driving and was fined.
It’s no secret that Jacqueline Mars is on the board of the U.S. Equestrian Team. She is a member of the National Sporting Library, Washington National Opera and Fine Arts Museum’s board of directors, and the Washington National Opera and Fine Arts Museum.
Her Mars Foundation regularly contributes to various charitable causes. Donations to the Australian Outback doctors and the National Symphony Orchestra are among her philanthropic contributions.
Jacqueline Mar’s Husband
Jacqueline has been divorced for several years. She has had two marriages. During her first marriage to David H. Badger, which lasted from 1961 to 1984, she had two children. Alexandra Badger was born in 1967, Stephen M. Badger in 1969, and Christa M. Badger in 1975, all of whom were born after their marriage. Married to Harold “Hank” Vogel after her divorce from David Badger, Mars had a child and a son. They lived in Bedminster, New Jersey, until 1994 when they separated and moved to California.
You can contact Jacqueline Mars directly by calling her office contact number or phone number, which is 1-703-821-4900.
Jacqueline Mars’s office is located at 6885 Elm Street in McLean, Virginia 22101, United States of America. A letter or autograph request for Jacqueline Mars can be sent to her at this address.
Residence Address: The Plains, Virginia (V.A.), U.S.
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|Real Name||Jacqueline Mars|
|Age||81 years old|
|Height||In feet: 5.7|
In meter: 1.72m
In CM: 172cm
|Weight||In Kilograms: 82kg|
In Pounds: 180 Ibs
|Relationship||Husband: David H. Badger(1941-1984), Harold Hank Vogel(1986-1994)|
|Children||Christa Badger, Alexandra Badger, Stephen Badger|
|Parents||Father: Frank C. Mars|
Mother: Audrey Mars
She is highly disciplined and hardworking, which makes her one of the world’s most successful businesswomen. Mars is a very modest and down-to-earth lady when it comes to her private affairs. Fortunately, she’s a good person who supports a lot of charitable causes. In addition to being a hard worker, she also has a keen sense of business.