Lenedra Carroll is a Caucasian entrepreneur, novelist, visual artist, singer, and businesswoman. Lenedra Carroll’s family’s various involvements in show business, primarily her daughter Jewel Kilcher’s massive
success as a singer-songwriter, but also her ex-and husband’s other children’s long-term presence on the Discovery Channel reality TV series “Alaska: The Last Frontier,” have contributed to her celebrity.
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Early life and Childhood
Lenedra Carroll was born in Alaska, USA, in 1952.
Lenedra is from a small agricultural family in Alaska, where her father, Jasper Jewel Carroll, and mother, Arva Carroll, run the show.
She and her three siblings, whose names and ages are unknown, were reared as Mormons.
They began their lives in an unnamed Alaskan community before relocating to Wrangell Island.
After a while, the family relocated again, eventually settling in Homer when Lenedra was a teenager.
Lenedra Carroll mostly attended and graduated from a local high school in 1970, but elected not to pursue a college education after that.
Carroll had no contact with her children during this time, but that changed in 1998 when she became Jewel’s manager, succeeding Inga Vainshtein, who had discovered her brilliance and launched her into the spotlight.
Vainshtein was found guilty of violating California Labor Code Section 1700.5 — functioning as an unauthorized talent agency – after the argument over managerial rights went to court.
Leandra remained close to her daughter at the time, bringing in profits at a rate far above what she had ever earned on her own.
Lenedra’s first book, “The Architecture of All Abundance: Creating a Successful Life in the Material World,” was published in 2001. She did not, however, remain in this post indefinitely.
Carroll became a multi-millionaire after managing her daughter for five years, and she never returned to relative poverty after the couple divorced.
On occasion, she invested a little bit of her fortune in her own musical career, releasing the solo albums “Beyond Words” in 2007 and “Daybreak Song” in 2009.
She’s been donating some of her money to charity since then, while living a luxury lifestyle with the rest.
Around the year 2000, the co-benefactors Lenedra, Jewel, and Shane Kilcher got together to develop Higher Ground for Humanity, a non-profit charitable organization led by Jewel.
Carroll has been removed from the organization’s leadership after her firing, although her status as one of its founders contributed to her renown and income until the organization’s closure in 2005.
Net Worth and Salary
Lenedra Carroll’s current net worth is estimated to be over $13 million, with almost all of this income coming from her daughter’s manager, who has a net worth of more than $30 million, from 1998 to 2003.
Her husband’s net worth is estimated to be in the $5 million range. In the coming years, she is unlikely to see a big boost in her wages.
Lenedra Carroll’s fame comes from her family’s various involvements in show business, primarily her daughter Jewel Kilcher’s massive success as a singer-songwriter, but also her ex-husband’s and other children’s long-term presence on the TV screen in the Discovery Channel reality TV series entitled “Alaska: The Last Frontier.”
Carroll’s height is 5 feet 6inches (168cm).
- Lenedra was born at some point in 1952, in Alaska USA.
- Carroll is a Caucasian entrepreneur, author, visual artist, singer, and businesswoman.
- Her fame comes from her family’s various involvements in show business, primarily her daughter Jewel Kilcher’s massive success as a singer-songwriter, but also her ex-husband’s and other children’s long-term presence on the TV screen in the Discovery Channel reality TV series entitled “Alaska: The Last Frontier.”
- Lenedra’s current wealth is approximately $13 million, almost all of this income from being her daughter’s manager from 1998 to 2003, whose net worth is more than $30 million.