Facts About MacKenzie Scott That You Didn't Know

MacKenzie Scott Tuttle was born on April 7, 1970 in San Francisco, California, U.S.

She is an American novelist and philanthropist.

She is best known as the former wife of Jff Bezos.

Her mother's name is Holiday Robin (a homemaker) and father's name is Jason Baker Tuttle (a financial planner).

Scott was named after her maternal grandfather, G. Scott Cuming, who worked as an executive and general counsel at El Paso Natural Gas.

MacKenzie Scott Tuttle graduated from Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut and earned her bachelor's degree in English at Princeton University.

Scott won an American Book Award in 2006 for her 2005 debut novel, The Testing of Luther Albright.

She owns 4% stake in Amazon, the company founded by Jeff Bezos.

As of September 2022, she has a net worth of US$33.4 billion.

Scott is the third-wealthiest woman in the United States, and the 21st-wealthiest individual in the world.

MacKenzie was named one of the world's most powerful women by Forbes in 2021, and one of Time's 100 Most Influential People of 2020.

Scott was married to Jeff Bezos in 1993 and took divorce in 2019. The couple has four children (3 sons and one daughter)

Scott married high school chemistry teacher Dan Jewett in 2021 and filed for divorce from him in September 2022.