Kristi Noem net worth: Interesting Facts, Earnings, House, Age, Height, Biography

Kristi Noem net worth:$5 million (approx.)

Net Worth$5 million (approx.)
BornKristi Lynn Arnold
November 30, 1971 (age 50)
Watertown, South Dakota, U.S.
Political partyRepublican
Spouse(s)Bryon Noem ​(m. 1992)

Kristi Noem net worth is around $5 million dollars. Kristi Noem is the 33rd governor of the state of South Dakota. She is the first female governor of that state, but she has faced criticisms for her defiance of pandemic measures in her state.

Kristi Noem net worth
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Noem is in her first term as governor, but there are those speculating she will throw her hat in the presidential race of 2024. Noem has also served her state as a Congressional representative as well as the state’s legislature.

Kristi Noem net worth 2022

Kristi Noem net worth is around $4 million. In order to calculate Kristi net worth, one must also consider money and pensions she received through her political career but also her property.

Kristi Noem net worth

Little information exists stating details of her property, but one can infer that a good bit of her wealth is likely her property.

Kristi Noem Biography:

Celebrated Name:Kristi Noem
Real Name/Full Name:Kristi Lynn Arnold Noem
Birthdate:November 30, 1971
Birthplace:Watertown, SD
Height:5 ft. 7 in.
Weight:128 lb.
Sexual Orientation:Straight
Marital Status:Married
Husband/SpouseBryon Noem
Children/Kids:Two Daughters: Kassidy and Kennedy; One Son: Booker
Dating/Boyfriend Name:N/A
Is Kristi Noem Gay?No
Highest Political Office:Governor of South Dakota
Profession:Rancher and Politician
Colleges Attended:Northern State University (South Dakota), Mount Marty College (Watertown Campus), South Dakota State University
Degrees:Bachelor of Arts, Political Science
Net Worth in 2022:$5 million

Kristi Noem was born Kristi Arnold in Watertown, South Dakota on 30 November, 1971. Kristi parents are Ron and Corinne Arnold. Kristi was raised on her parents’ ranch in Hamlin County, South Dakota.

Kristi Noem Biography

Noem graduated from Hamlin High School in 1990. She competed in a local pageant, the South Dakota Snow Queen. She won the title the same year she graduated high school, and she says that her time as the “Snow Queen” assisted her in public speaking engagements during her campaign.

Noem immediately enrolled in Northern State University after high school. Kristi Noem attended this college from 1990 to 1994, the year her father passed away.

Kristi Noem would take classes at the Watertown campus of Mount Marty College as well as South Dakota State University after the passing of her father. Kristi Noem and her siblings all moved closer to home shortly after her father’s accidental death. Kristi Noem has said that all this work was necessary to keep the ranch afloat. She has also said that it was very important to her and her family that they be able to keep her family’s property.

Kristi Noem Husband, childrens

Kristi Arnold married Bryon Noem in 1992 when she was only twenty years old. Together, the couple has three children: Kassidy, Kennedy, and Booker.

Kristi Noem political career
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Kristi Noem came back home, postponing her studies, in order to help her family save the farm. Her father died in a farm machinery accident, and each of the Arnold siblings returned to their parents’ ranch in order to keep the business going.

Kristi Noem would attend classes near Watertown and eventually take online classes in order to complete her education. In fact, Kristi Noem was already serving her state as a Congresswoman when she completed her studies. Kristi Noem graduated from South Dakota State University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.

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Kristi’s family still owns and operates a ranch in South Dakota. Her husband, Bryon, attended Northern State University at the same time as Kristi. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Business Finance.

Bryon chiefly works on the family farm, but he has also coached basketball and worked as an insurance agent. He originally worked at the Bryant State Bank in this position, but he would eventually buy out the insurance portion of the business from Bryant State Bank, and he renamed it Noem Insurance. Today, Bryon operates a crop insurance agency near the couple’s home in Castlewood, South Dakota.

Kristi lives in the state capital city during the week, and on weekends, Kristi Noem returns home to assist her husband on the family farm. Their son is still living at home, although her daughters are both out of high school.

Kassidy Noem is married to her husband Kyle Peters. Kassidy and Peter have one daughter, Addie, born in June 2021.

Kennedy Noem attended Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, and she currently works as her mother’s director of finance. Kennedy seems to have a penchant for politics much like her mother. Kennedy has interned for current House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). She has also served as a policy analyst for her mother’s campaign.

Kennedy has recently revealed that she will be leaving her position in her mother’s gubernatorial office in order to earn a Master’s degree. She plans to seek this degree in business administration, and she will do so at her alma mater, Belmont University.

Age, Height, and Weight

Kristi Noem is 50 years old. She is said to be 5′ 7″ and 128 pounds.

Career in Politics

In 2006, Kristi Noem decided to try in the political ring by running for a seat in the South Dakota House of Representatives. Kristi Noem ran in the 6th district of the state; this area contains Clark, Hamlin, Beadle, Codington, and Kingsbury counties – all near Noem’s hometown. That year Kristi Noem won 39 percent of the vote and the seat. She ran again in 2008. Kristi Noem was re-elected that year with 41 percent of the vote. All total, Noem served in the state legislature in South Dakota for four years or two terms.

While Kristi Noem served in the South Dakota state legislature, Kristi Noem was an assistant majority leader. Kristi Noem was also on two committees: the House State Affairs Committee and the House Taxation Committee.

Kristi Noem also sponsored a bill that would lower the age of compulsory education from 18 to 16 in South Dakota. Noem argued that the higher compulsory attendance age did not have a positive effect on the state’s graduation rate.

In 2010, Kristi Noem set her sights on a seat in Congress. Kristi Noem ran for the at-large seat South Dakota holds in the United States House of Representatives. Kristi Noem won her primary over then-South Dakota Secretary of State Chris Nelson and State Representative Blake Curd. Later, these same primary opponents would throw their support behind Kristi Noem when she ran in the general election.

Kristi Noem defeated the incumbent, a Democratic Congresswoman named Stephanie Herseth Sandlin. Although Sandlin had not always fallen in line with her Democratic colleagues in the House, Noem received 48 percent of the final vote in the general election.

Kristi Noem ran for a second term in 2012. She handily defeated her Democratic opponent, Matthew Varilek with 57 percent of the vote.

In 2014 and 2016, Kristi Noem won re-election over her Democratic opponents. She was the fourth woman to represent South Dakota in Congress. While in Congress, Kristi Noem worked alongside heavyweights such as Tim Scott as one of the “freshman” Congresspeople who were saddled with pushing then Speaker of the House John Boehner to make cuts to federal spending as well as meet other expectations of the incoming Congress members.

Kristi Noem was named to the National Republican Congressional Committee as well. She found a great deal of support from the Tea Party, which called for political reform of the “establishment” in Washington.

It was during her time in Congress that she finally earned her political science degree (2012).

In 2016, Kristi Noem announced that she would run for the office of governor of South Dakota. Kristi Noem defeated the South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley in a Republican primary. Her opponent in the general election was Billie Sutton. Kristi Noem won that election with 51 percent of the vote. Kristi Noem has announced that she will seek re-election in 2022, when her first term as governor is up.

Career Outside of Politics

Other than her time in politics, Kristi Noem has worked chiefly as a rancher. Kristi Noem has been a part of her family’s business since birth, but only after her father’s death did she have a monetary stake in the family’s ranch.

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Kristi Noem and her husband have property in her hometown of Castlewood, South Dakota. Noem splits her time between official duties and weekends at home on the family ranch. Her husband continues to work at his insurance agency as well as maintain the ranch.