Hope Hicks Bio, Age, Husband, Net Worth

Hope Hicks is an American personality and a public figure. Her complete name is Hope Charlotte Hicks. She was the public relations executive and political advisor serving former President Donald Trump from 2017 to 2018 and later from 2020 to 2021.

She has served in many roles or positions while Donald Trump was the president of the United States. She was the strategic communications director from January to September 2017, later promoted to communications director from 2017 to 2018, and then served the designation of a counselor to the president from 2020 to 2021.

Hope Hicks Net Worth

Between March 2018 and March 2020, when Hope Hicks was working for Fox Corporation, she was earning around $1.8 million. She is a public figure and worked as a PR and political advisor with a net worth of $1 million. Hope Hicks has been the longest-serving woman under Donald Trump’s administration.

She worked for Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, and finally shifted her concentration and working capacities from Ivanka to Donald Trump’s working administration. When Hope worked for Donald J. Trump while he was the president, Hope used to earn $141,417. She has also received a lucrative amount of $21,830 from Trump for America, Inc.

Net Worth: $1.8 Million
Real Name: Hope Hicks
Birth Date: October 21, 1988
Age (as of 2024): 35 years
Birth Place: Greenwich, Connecticut
Height: 1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)
Boyfriend: Rob Porter (Ex)

Early Life

Hope Hicks was born on 21st October 1988, making her 35 years old as of 2024. She was brought up by her loving and caring parents, Caye Ann (Cavender) Hicks and Paul Burton Hicks III. Hope grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Her father Paul served as the Regional CEO, Americas at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide. He was also designated as executive vice president of communications for the National Football League [2010 to 2015].

He also held the designation of managing director of the Glover Park Group. Hope Hicks went to Greenwich High School and received her graduation in 2006. She then went to Southern Methodist University, majoring in English, and received a graduation in 2010.



Hope Hicks was a teenage model and used to work or model for Greenwich magazine in 2002. She was hired at various high-professional designations and modeled for multiple campaigns and magazines.

She also posed for the campaign of Ralph Lauren with her elder sister, Mary Grace. Hope also posed for the book series Hourglass Adventures novels and was the cover model for The It Girl (2005).


Hope Hicks began working as a public relation personality for the Zeno Group and their firm based in New York City. After that, she joined Hiltzik Strategies in 2012 as a PR [Public Relations]. She then worked for Ivanka Trump, the daughter of Donald Trump, for her fashion line and other Trump-based ventures.

In August 2014, Hope Hicks joined the Trump Organization as a full-time employee. She started working inside the Trump Tower and helped Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, to expand her fashion label and manage modeling for her online store. After October 2014, she started working directly for Donald Trump.

Press Secretary

Hope Hicks worked as a press secretary and early communications director for Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and then began working as a national press secretary for the presidential transition team.

After that, she joined the former president Trump’s administration. When she resigned from the Trump administration in March 2018, she became the longest-serving woman under Trump’s political aide.

In the middle of her career and after leaving Trump’s administration in 2018, she joined Fox Corporation and became the chief communications officer and executive vice president. She then returned to the White House during Trump’s administration and worked as a counselor in March 2020 and then finally worked until 13th January 2021.

Trump Presidential Campaign 2016

During the campaign, she had the role of a gatekeeper, handling around 250 people or requests per day. The people who wanted to meet Donald Trump would take the appointment from her, and the reporters were also involved in those people. Before Trump won the elections, she would share or split her time between Greenwich and Manhattan.

Personal Life

When Donald Trump was there as a candidate for the elections, Hope Hicks moved to Washington, D.C., where she started dating Rob Porter, the former White House staff secretary for President Donald Trump. However, their relationship could be flourish for long, and they ended in December 2018.

Hope HIcks is available on Instagram with the handle name – hopehicksfanpage. She writes in her bio that she is available for style inspo. She had her last post on Instagram in February 2023.

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