Jan Elizabeth Acosta
Jan Elizabeth Acosta is the wife of current States Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta.
Jan’s hubby is being signaled for leaving alleged sex abuser Jeffrey Epstein, off the hook. You may recall when last year, Acosta became the first Hispanic member of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet.
Born in Miami on Jan. 16, 1969; Rene Alexander Acosta attended Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami and received his law degree from Harvard Law School.
After graduating from law school, he clerked for Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito when he was a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit. Acosta also served as the dean of the Florida International University College of Law. He has served in three presidentially appointed, Senate-confirmed positions: a National Labor Relations Board member, assistant attorney general and U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida.
He is the first Hispanic to hold the rank of assistant attorney general for civil rights. Acosta who is of Cuban ancestry, has been happily married to Jan Elizabeth, for years. Check out her top facts.
#1 She is a supportive political spouse
Jan Elizabeth Acosta has been pictured many times next to her husband at important events. She and the couple’s daughters were with him when Acosta accepted the presidential commission and become the 27th labor secretary.
#2 She is super private
43-year-old Jan Elizabeth Acosta was born Jan Elizabeth Williams; the political spouse leads a low profile, not much is known about her as its clear she rather let her husband in the spotlight.
#3 Jan Acosta is a mom
Jan Elizabeth also keeps busy caring for the couple’s two children. Alex Acosta and Jan Elizabeth Acosta are the proud parents of two daughters.
#4 She lives in Miami
Jan Elizabeth Acosta and her family are longtime residents of Miami.
#5 Her husband could lose his top job
Alex Acosta is being accused of letting pedophile Jeffrey Epstein off-the hook after the billionaire was accused of a number of sexual abuse incidents. Acosta served at the time as U.S. attorney for Miami.