Martine Rothblatt is an American lawyer, writer, and entrepreneur with a net worth of 380 million. Martine Rothblatt came into this world in Chicago, Illinois in 1952. She graduated from UCLA with a combined MBA and law degree in 1981. Rothblatt started employed in Washington, D.C. in talking satellite law prior to working on living science projects such as the Human Genome Project. She represented the tv industry before the Federal Communications Commission while working at Burling and Covington. Rothblatt was retained by NASA to obtain FCC approval for the IEEE c band system as well as by the National Academy of Science's Committee on Radio Frequencies. She led the International Bar Association's biopolitcal project developing a draft Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights for the United Nations. The PPH Cure Foundation was created by her and founded the healthcare biotechnology company United Therapeutics. She earned her Ph.D. in healthcare ethics. Martine was the highest paid female CEO in the Country in 2013 when she earned thirty eight million. Rothblatt is also the creator of GeoStar and Sirius Radio. She's also penned 6 books.
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