Dave Rodney

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Dave Rodney was born on 27 June, 1964 in Saskatchewan, Canada, is an educator, film maker, and motivational speaker. Discover Dave Rodney’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Occupationeducator, film maker, and motivational speaker
Age56 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born27 June 1964
Birthday27 June
BirthplaceSaskatchewan, Canada

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Who Is Dave Rodney’s Wife?

His wife is Jennifer Rodney

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Dave Rodney Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Dave Rodney worth at the age of 56 years old? Dave Rodney’s income source is mostly from being a successful Educator. He is from . We have estimated Dave Rodney’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2019Pending
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Source of IncomeEducator

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Timeline of Dave Rodney


After the election of Jason Kenney as leader of the United Conservative Party, Rodney announced that he was resigning as MLA for Calgary-Lougheed, effective November 1, 2017, in order to allow Kenney an opportunity to enter the legislature by contesting the seat in a by-election. Rodney has not stated whether or not he intends to seek a new seat in the next provincial election, expected in 2019.


On March 3, 2008, Rodney was re-elected to a second term as MLA for Calgary-Lougheed with 53% of the vote. In the 27th Legislature, he sponsored a private member’s bill, the Alberta Income Tax (Physical Activity Credit) Amendment Act, 2008. He is the chair of the all-party Policy Field Committee on Community Services, government liaison to the Strategic Tourism Marketing Commission, and member of each of the Agenda and Priorities Committee, Special Standing Committee on Members Services, and Cabinet Policy Committee on Community Services.


Rodney sponsored a number of bills during the 26th Legislature; he sponsored one private member’s bill, Smoke-free Places Act, 2005 and one private bill, Burns Memorial Trust Amendment Act, 2006, in addition to four government bills: Hotel Room Tax (Tourism Levy) Amendment Act, 2005, Health Statutes Amendment Act, 2007, Access to the Future Amendment Act, 2007, and Insurance Amendment Act, 2007.


Rodney first sought public office in the 2004 provincial election in the constituency of Calgary-Lougheed. In that election, he received 60% of the vote. During his first term in office, in addition to his responsibilities as an MLA, Rodney held the title of chair for each of Calgary caucus, the Standing Committee on Legislative Offices, and the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC). He was also the government liaison for the Strategic Tourism Marketing Council, and served as a member on numerous committees.

While Dave Rodney was Chairman of the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC), specifically between January 2004 and September 2006, executive director Lloyd Carr (in charge of the commission’s tobacco reduction unit) defrauded his agency of $624,500 through phony teen smoking reduction program grants of funds that Carr himself was the ultimate recipient of, according to the Alberta Auditor General’s investigation and report [1] . The Auditor General was severely critical of AADAC management’s hiring and contracting practices, the absence of control mechanisms, as well as the Board’s failure to provide oversight and general lack of substantive involvement in governance.[2]. Carr was convicted of fraud and sentenced to 42 months imprisonment in 2010 [3] .


Tragedy marred Rodney’s 1999 ascent of Everest. Michael Matthews, a member of Rodney’s expedition and the youngest Briton to climb Everest, died during his descent. Dave Rodney alleged that oxygen sets were inadequate, that organisation of the expedition by OTT was incompetent generally, and that guide and OTT member Nick Kekus tried to strike him with an oxygen bottle. OTT confessed that Nick Kekus had lost patience with Dave Rodney according to “Everest Uncensored” by Nick Fielding [4], also articles in The Guardian [5] .


Prior to being elected into the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Rodney worked in a variety of capacities. He was an educator and administrator for 13 years in Canada, Nepal and the West Indies, and worked for three terms as an Employment and Immigration Canada placement officer. In 1997 he founded SpiritQuest Enterprises Inc., of which he was both president and CEO. He became an international keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, and worldwide adventure guide and worked with National Geographic, BBC, and Oprah Winfrey, among others, to produce more than 20 books and documentaries. He cofounded the Top of the World Society for Children with his wife, Jennifer.


David Anthony “Dave” Rodney (born June 27, 1964) is a Canadian politician and was a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta representing the constituency of Calgary-Lougheed, first as a Progressive Conservative and then the United Conservative Party when it was formed in July 2017 by the merger of the PC Party merged with the Wildrose Party. He was first elected in the 2004 provincial election and re-elected three times. He resigned on November 1, 2017 in order to open a seat for new United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenney. He was the first Canadian to ascend to the summit of Mount Everest twice.

Rodney was born June 27, 1964 in Mankota, Saskatchewan. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree (with distinction) in 1987 and Bachelor of Education after-degree in 1988 from the University of Saskatchewan. He obtained his Master of Religious Education (with distinction) from Newman Theological College in Edmonton in 2002.