Gabriela Michetti

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Gabriela Michetti was born on 28 May, 1965 in Argentine. Discover Gabriela Michetti’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?

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Age55 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born28 May 1965
Birthday28 May

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Gabriela Michetti Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Gabriela Michetti


She rejected to run for vice president under Macri in the 2015 national elections, and tried to run for mayor of Buenos Aires instead. Horacio Rodríguez Larreta defeated her during the primary elections, and would run for the Republican Proposal instead. Finally, she ran for vice president under Macri in 2015.

On 22 November 2015, after Cambiemos won the first ballotage in Argentina’s history, Michetti became Vice President-elect of Argentina. She took office on 10 December 2015.

Michetti took office on 10 December 2015, along with President-elect Mauricio Macri, taking an oath before the President. Then the President, delivered a speech of 27 minutes in which he pledged his “support for an independent judiciary, to fight corruption and drug trafficking, the internal union of Argentina, universal social protection, create a twenty-first-century style of education and that everyone can have a roof, water and sewer”. He also greeted those who were his competitors during the presidential elections.


Michetti is member of the Republican Proposal (PRO) and Cambiemos (Let’s change) coalition. She was Deputy Chief of Government in Buenos Aires from 2009 to 2013 during the first tenure of Mayor Mauricio Macri and served as Senator for Buenos Aires since 2013 to 2016.

Ahead of the 2009 elections for Congress, Michetti’s name was frequently mentioned as a likely candidate for National Deputy, despite serving less than two years in municipal government. By April, her candidature appeared less likely given the manoeuvres of all the main parties. Much had also been made of her friendship with the leader of the rival Civic Coalition, Elisa Carrió. However, on 20 April Michetti resigned as Deputy Head of Government and confirmed that she would lead the PRO list for Buenos Aires for national deputies.


Michetti also collaborates with many NGOs to make possible for them to achieve their goals. In 2008 and 2009, for example she participated in the South American Business Forum as Speaker.


Michetti was nominated as running mate for Mauricio Macri in 2007, and the ticket resulted elected to office of Mayor and Vice Mayor of the City of Buenos Aires with 61% of the vote, defeating Daniel Filmus and Carlos Heller of the Front for Victory. Michetti thus became the first woman elected Deputy Mayor of Buenos Aires. She directed two planning committees, Programa Puertas del Bicentenario and the Consejo de Planeamiento Estratégico, and drew from her personal tragedy to lead the newly created Commission for the Inclusion and Full Participation of Persons with Disabilities (COPIDIS).


Michetti joined the Commitment to Change party led by Mauricio Macri in 2003. The party became part of the PRO movement, and she was elected that year to the Buenos Aires City Legislature, where she led the Commitment to Change caucus. Michetti gained recognition in 2006 while leading the inquiry committee looking into alleged negligence after a fire at the República Cromagnon nightclub led to the deaths of 194 people. The scandal led to the resignation of Aníbal Ibarra, then mayor of Buenos Aires.


A car accident in 1994 seriously injured Michetti and left her in a wheelchair. Michetti has one son and had a long relationship with the journalist Eduardo Cura.


Michetti entered public service in 1989 in the Province of Buenos Aires, and the following year joined the executive staff as a technical adviser at the Argentine Ministry of Economy. Although employed as a professional rather than as a politician, Michetti was political, working through her church on social projects and becoming close to Carlos Auyero of the Christian Democratic Party and FrePaSo.


Marta Gabriela Michetti Illia (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmaɾta ɣaˈβɾjela miˈketi ˈilja] ; born 28 May 1965) is an Argentine politician, who served as Vice President of Argentina from 2015 to 2019. Before her, the only woman to serve as Vice President of Argentina was Isabel Martínez de Perón.

Marta Gabriela Michetti Illia was born in 1965 in the Buenos Aires Province town of Laprida into a family of Italian background. She earned a degree in International Relations at the Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, in 1988. She completed a master’s degree in Business Management and Integration in the UCES between 1993-1994 plus a specialization course on dispute settlement in the WTO, in Geneva, Switzerland in 2000; and a career specialization in University Management at the University of Ottawa, Canada in 2001.