When you have achieved success in your own life, it can be challenging to live in the shadow of the accomplishments of your significant other. For some of us, living off the wealth of your spouse would be the life of our dreams, but for really successful women, it is not an ideal scenario, to put it mildly. These women are in a situation that is not ideal. In this essay, we tell the stories of some extremely accomplished women who, for no other reason than the fact that their husbands were more successful than them, have not earned the praise and admiration that is rightfully theirs. We are willing to wager that you were not aware of the level of success that some of these women actually had.
She is the wife of Pierre Omidyar, the inventor of eBay, who was born in France and has Armenian ancestry. Pamela Kerr was born in the United Kingdom and raised in the United States. Kerr met her husband, Omidyar, shortly after relocating to the United States. Omidyar is originally from Kazakhstan.
Taking advantage of their huge riches, Kerr and Omidyar have made several donations totaling millions of dollars to charitable organisations and non-profits around the world. The couple and their three children have relocated to Henderson, Nevada, where they currently reside.