Who Is Emily Jendrisak, Gavin McInnes's Wife?

Who Is Emily Jendrisak, Gavin McInnes's Wife?

Emily Jendrisak is married with Gavin McInnes, a Canadian writer, podcaster, far-right commentator and founder of the Proud Boys. In 1994, he co-founded Vice magazine. In 2005, Emily and Gavin got married. They have three children.


Emily Jendrisak Wikipedia, Bio

Emily Jendrisak has also worked as a consultant with both local and national organizations to help them create and implement climate action plans. She is the daughter of Native American activist Christine Whiterabbit Jendrisak who describes herself as a liberal Democrat.


Her mother is of Ho-Chunk descent, so Emily works with her to support the tribe by helping to preserve and promote the tribe's language and culture. She also works to raise awareness of the tribe's issues and to help the tribe gain access to resources.

Emily Jendrisak's Husband

Emily is married to Gavin McInnes, who has been an outspoken for Indigenous rights and has used his platform to bring attention to the struggles of Indigenous people. He has been accused of racism and of promoting white supremacist rhetoric.

Now, Emily lives in Larchmont, New York with her husband and children. In the Lower East Side neighborhood of New York City, Emily and Gavin met for the first time at the 'Max Fish Bar'.

About his wife's ethnicity and their children together, McInnes said,

"I've made my views on Indians very clear. I like them. I actually like them so much, I made three."

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How old is Emily Jendrisak?

Born in 1974, Emily Jendrisak's age is 49 years old. Her father name is, Jerry. She attended 'San Francisco University'. She holds a degree in communications and journalism.


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Emily Jendrisak Now

Emily Jendrisak is able to stay home with her children and still contribute to the Ho-Chunk tribe by working with her mother.

This allows her to balance her responsibilities to her family and her tribe while still having the opportunity to work on her writing skills in her free time.

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