Maggie Lear Biography
A native of California, United States, Maggy Lear is the President of The Frances Lear Foundation and works as a full-time activist, dedicated to criminal justice issues and social reform.
Maggie Lear Age
Lear is 64 years old as of 2023. She was born in 1959.
Maggie Lear Height
Lear’s actual height and weight measurements are not publicly available. However, we will update this section as soon as the information is available.
Maggie Lear Education
Maggie went to school at New York University to pick up her master’s degree in social work. She is the President of The Frances Lear Foundation and works as a full-time activist, dedicated to criminal justice issues and social reform.
Maggie Lear Family
Lear is the daughter of Norman Lear and Frances Loeb. Her parents got divorced in 1985 and her father married his third wife, Lyn Davis Lear, in 1987. She has five siblings Brianna Lear, Madeline Lear, Kate Lear, Benjamin Lear, and Ellen Lear.
Lear’s father is a famous American, television producer and television writer who has produced, written, created, or developed over 100 shows. Lear is known for many famous 1970s sitcoms, including All in the Family, Maude, Sanford and Son, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons, and Good Times.
Maggie Lear Husband
Lear lives a very private personal life. We don’t know if she is married or in a relationship. We will update this section as soon as we have information regarding her marital status.
Maggie Lear Net Worth
Lear’s estimated net worth is not publicly available but her father has an estimated net worth of $200 Million.
Maggie Lear Career
Lear is the President of The Frances Lear Foundation, a family foundation that focuses on the environment, democracy, arts education, and criminal justice reform. She works as a volunteer at Bottomless Closet to empower low-income women as they make their way into the workforce.
For the past eight years, she has been facilitating parent meetings in NYC’s Independent school system through Parents in Action. She is the Chair of the Youth Justice Funding Collaborative, a 21-year-old network of funders and activists who support organizations in New Orleans focused on internment.
Maggie is a member of The Justice Fund at the New York Women’s Foundation as well as the FreeHer Fund at the Circle for Justice Innovations.