Kash Patel: Bio, Age, Net Worth

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Who is Kash Patel? Kash Patel (Kashyap Pramod Patel, 39) is an The Indian American who has just been appointed by acting US Defence Secretary, Chris Miller, as his Chief Of Staff. He is a former senior counsel for counter-terrorism at the House Permanent Select Committee, appointed as senior director of Counter-terrorism Directorate of the National Security Council (NSC) in the White House in June 2019. The deputy assistant of President Donald Trump had also served as director for multilateral affairs on the council’s International Organizations Directorate, whose focus is on global sanctions regimes.

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Kash Patel, born in New York, has its roots in Gujarat. However, her parents are from East Africa, Tanzania’s mother and Ugandan father. They arrived in the United States from Canada in 1970. The family moved to Queens in New York, often called Little India in the late 1970s.

After his studies in New York and the university in Richmond, Virginia, and law school in New York, Kash Patel went to Florida, where he was a state public defender for four years and then a federal public defender for another four years.

From Florida, he moved to Washington DC as a terrorism prosecutor in the Department of Justice. Here he was an international terrorism prosecutor for about three and a half years. During this period, he worked on cases around the world, in America in East Africa, as well as in Uganda and Kenya.

While still employed by the Department of Justice, he was as a civilian to join special operations command at the Department of Defense.

At the Pentagon, he served as a Justice Department attorney with Special Forces individuals and worked in inter-agency collaborative operations around the world.

After a year in this delicate position, Congressman Davin Nunes, chairman of the Permanent Intelligence Committee of the House of Representatives, appointed him as senior adviser in the fight against terrorism.