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Valeria Wasserman Biography, Career, Age, Family, Net worth

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Who is Valeria Wasserman? 

Valeria Wasserman, or Valeria Wasserman Chomsky, is a Brazilian-born American translator. She is more or less known for her marital relationship with her current life partner, Noam Chomsky. Noam Chomsky is a famous American author, linguist, philosopher, social critic, political activist, historical essayist, and cognitive scientist. He is also recognized as one of the founders of the field of cognitive science.

As it is, Noam Chomsky was born Avram Noam Chomsky on December 7, 1928, in East Oak Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States of America, and is 94 years old. He was raised in the US by his parents, William Chomsky and Elsie Simonofsky. And well, he is a vastly educated man, holding many qualifications from different prestigious universities — he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (between 1951 and 1955) and also obtained several other degrees from educational institutions.

Side by side, Noam Chomsky was married twice and never had a divorce. And speaking of divorces, Chomsky was married to Carol Chomsky (married between 1949 and 2008, separated because of the death of his wife) and is currently married to Valeria Wasserman (married in 2014). That said, he has three children from his two marriages. And on a rather non-similar note, Noam Chomsky has won multiple awards since his career started, including but not limited to Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada, and Sydney Peace Prize.

In this article, however, I will share Noam Chomsky’s wife’s (Valeria Wasserman) biography, career, age, parents, family, husband, net worth, kids, zodiac sign, height, weight, and a few other interesting things you probably didn’t know about her. Before we continue, let’s take a quick look at her profile summary.

Profile summary

NameValeria Wasserman
NationalityUnited State of America
HusbandNoam Chomsky

Valeria Wasserman Biography 

Valeria Wasserman is also known as Valeria Wasserman Chomsky because of her marriage to linguist Noam Chomsky. She was born between 1963 and 1964 in her home country, Brazil, between the ages of 59 and 60. Wasserman grew up in the city of Poços de Caldas Area, Brazil.

And speaking that, Brazilian parents raised her. However, she holds American citizenship (obtained through marriage) and Brazilian citizenship (obtained by birth). That said, Valeria Wasserman has white skin color and belongs to the White ethnic group, with her ancestry traceable to Brazil. She has brown hair and a nice dark brown pair of eyes. Be that as it may, however, details about her height and weight parameters are missing.

Valeria Wasserman Education, Career

Valeria Wasserman had elementary school and high school graduate certificates from schools in Brazil. She graduated with a degree in law from the famed Universidade Federal Fluminense. She studied at this university between 1984 and 1986 and later attended Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, where she studied Portuguese and English between 1984 and 1988.

Furthermore, Valeria pursued a degree in market analysis from the prestigious Universidade de São Paulo. And well, she started this program in 1995 and is now a multiple degree holder.

Valeria Wasserman started hers after obtaining the required degrees regarding careers and job descriptions. She got her first job offer in 1992 at the now-defunct Brazilian bank Unibanco, where she worked as an investment analyst for about three. After her years at her first job, Valeria Wasserman Chomsky worked as a legal claims assistant from December 1995 and 1997.

That same year in March, she got a job offer to work as a legal assistant at the law offices of Ralph A. Donabed. She worked at the law firm between March 1997 and the next eight months before taking a two-year vacation. Since she came back in July 1999, Valeria Wasserman has worked with many law firms. In the same light, she has worked in the print industry.

And well, she picked a job as a print translator, where she worked from October 2001 to October 2003. She was the director’s assistant at the National Association of Magazine Publishers during these years.

As a law practitioner cum translator, Valeria Wasserman worked as a translator (from Portuguese to English and vice versa) for a writing and translation company, ArtVentures Cultural Projects and Translations, based in the United States. She started working there in July 2009. During her years as a translator, Valeria became more known for translating notable books and papers from English to Portuguese and vice versa.

And speaking of books and papers, Valeria is the translator behind Andréa Mechi e Djalma Luiz Sanches’ ‘The Environmental Impact of Mining in the State of São Paulo,’ Dianne Newell’s ‘Where Converging Minds Freely Explore: Locating the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies,’ Roberto Varjabedian’s ‘Atlantic Rainforest Law: Environmental Regression,’ and David Lehmann’s ‘Hope and Religion.

Valeria Wasserman founded the now-inactive Boston, Massachusetts-based company Little Faces LLC in July 2006. And well, Valeria Wasserman, although currently taking more time off than her starting years, is doing so well for herself career-wise and otherwise.

Valeria Wasserman Family 

Valeria Wasserman is married to linguist Noam Chomsky. The duo got married in 2014, six years after the death of Noam Chomsky’s first wife. That said, we gathered that Valeria has three children: Aviva Chomsky, Diane Chomsky, and Harry Chomsky.

Valeria Wasserman Net worth

Valeria Wasserman has an estimated net worth of between $1.5 million and $2 million.

Side notes: Valeria Wasserman is very fluent in Portuguese and English languages. She is said to have lived most of her early life in Poços de Caldas Area, Brazil.

While we can’t confirm the authenticity of these stats, a source says Valeria stands five feet two inches tall, estimated to be either 162 centimeters or 1.6 meters. Then again, she weighed 138 pounds or 65 kilograms.