Stephen Kevin Bannon previously worked as the chief strategist for the white house during President Donald Trump’s tenure. Bannon also worked as an investment banker. Currently, Bannon is an American media executive and political strategist.
Bannon joined the Hollywood film industry and media industry in the 1990s producing about 18 films. His productions include the Indian runner, Titus, the awakening of the conservative woman, the undefeated.
Steve Bannon’s Daughter- Maureen Bannon
Maureen is not only the daughter of Steve Bannon but also proudly serves as the director of volleyball operations for the Army West Point Women.
Maureen also takes care of day-to-day duties like season preparation, meal assistance. Also, she looks for logistics, travel, project administration, and visiting team operations.
Maureen Bannon completed her Quartermaster in 2010 from United States Military Academy.
Maureen acquired great respect. She also got rewarded and awarded likewise. She won medals like the Army Commendation Medal (3OLC), the Meritorious Unit Citation, the National Service Defense Medal, the Iraqi Campaign Medal (1CS), the Army Service Ribbon.
This list contains many more such prestigious awards.
Maureen Bannon’s Age
The exact birth date of Maureen Bannon is not yet known. However, her age is claimed to be 33 years.
Education and Career
Maureen Bannon completed her bachelor’s of Science in Sociology from the United States Military Academy.
She served in diverse roles like Rear Detachment Assistant S-1, Maintenance Platoon Leader, Maintenance Control Officer, and Assistant Operations Officer in 2011 at Operation New Dawn.
Maureen Bannon’s Mother
Maureen Bannon is the first daughter of Stephen Kevin Bannon with his first wife Suzanne Houff.
Houff was married to Steve in 1988. They both divorced in 1997. The reason for the divorce is yet unknown.
Maureen Bannon’s profile was featured in 2009 in an ESPN article. This was because she helped her team during their first-ever NCAA tournament appearance.
On this Maureen said, “Not many people expected us to be this good, but we proved everyone wrong,” adding, “It’s something I will never forget, especially since Americans had won every tournament since they have been in the Patriot League. It was nice taking away the championship on our home court.”
The Army coach Alma Kovaci was all praises for Maureen, saying, “She really connected with the freshmen, on and off the court.” Also adding, “She talked to them about where they wanted the ball, and how she could help them be successful. She is one of the biggest reasons why we won the championship. The way she runs the offense is very fast and very precise.”
Maureen was deployed to Iraq for service. She spent months there but returned.