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Tamiko Bolton Biography
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Tamiko Bolton is a good inspiration to many women, who want to manage successful careers besides their personal life. Following are her details.
- Full name: Tamiko Bolton
- Born on : March 1st, 1971
- Age : 51 years
- Native place: U.SA ( California)
- Father : Robert J.Bolton ( Retaired Navy officer)
- Mother : Japanese – American Nurse
- Marital status: Married
- Husband: George Soros
- Children: No children till now.
- Nationality: American
- Profession: Business woman and Pharmacist
- Height: 165 cms
- Weight: 60 kgs
- Skin colour: Fair
- Education: Graduation in Pharmacy and Masters in Business Administration.
- Net worth: Unknown
Bolton soon after completing graduation she started earning as a Licensed pharmacist at a high-end health facility. While working she also managed to complete her MBA. Later she served as an education consultant and gradually with her experience in the pharma field she started online selling of vitamins and dietary supplements. Apart from this, she is also worked as an online yoga instructor.
She managed all her businesses successfully and all those made her lead a fruitful life. Now she engaged in multiple businesses. On the other hand, she is also a partner in Soros fund management firm.
Did Tamiko Got Marry?
There is no exaggeration in saying that their marriage was created a remarkable sensation in history. Because the age difference between the couple is exactly 40 years. He is a great businessman, economist, investor, and philanthropist.
This ideal couple first met in 2008 at a dinner party. Since then they were in a relationship and announced the engagement in 2012 August and then later got married officially in presence of 300 guests.
Since 2013 they are leading a happy life and often appeared together.
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