Famous as a partner of Charles Rose, Amanda Burden is a popular consultant and urban planner. She is the principal of Bloomberg Associates and a philanthropist. In 1996, Amanda was listed on the Best Dressed List of the New York Couture Group when she was 22.
She also won various awards like Design Patron Award in 2004, Honorary Doctorate in Public Administration in 2005 (worth $100,000), ULI’s J.C. Nicholas Prize in 2009, and many other awards. Amanda’s significant contribution to the community has set the marks.
Dating Charles Rose After Second Divorce
Amanda Burden and the alleged sexual harasser, Charles Rose, is in a relationship since 1993. Charles and the CBS News network got sued in May 2018 by three women named Katherine Brooks Harris, Yuqing “Chelsea” Wei, and Sydney McNeal, where they accused Charles of multiple sexual harassments. Following the allegations, he got fired from the CBS network.
The three women alleged Amanda's partner Charles stating that he ruled them to 'repeated, ongoing and unlawful physical and verbal sexual harassment.' The court records showed actions against the CBS News discontinued in November 2018, and the three women are claiming against Charles. According to the prior statement of his attorney Robert Bodian, 'The claims in the lawsuit against his client Charles is are without merit.'
Amanda's partner Charles is a famous television star and journalist. The pair has an exquisite relationship with each other for more than two decades. She also helped him to decorate his $4 million to $6 million estates on Great South Bay and spent most of her early 2018 at his Bellport home.
Amanda Burden with her partner Charlie Rose (Photo: zimbio.com)
Before her relationship with Charles, Amanda was married twice and subsequently divorced with them. Amanda first got married to a multimillionaire Carter Burden in 1964 when they first met in Wellesley College. She shares two children named Shirley Carter Burden, III and Flobelle Fairbanks Burden with her first husband. However, they got divorced in 1972. Carter died at the age of 54 at his home on the Upper East Side on 23 June 1996.
Soon Amanda started seeing Warner's communication head, Steve Ross following with a wedding in 1979. But this marriage also failed in no more than three years, leading to the separation in 1981. Unfortunately, Steve also died in 1992. Amanda does not have any children from her second husband, Steve.
How Much Is Amanda’s Net Worth?
Amanda is living her life like a hedonist though her actual net worth is under review. Amanda keeps her savings and incomes a mystery. However, it's vivid that she does have a good amount of earnings with assets, and her lifestyle and personality reveal that she is living a quality of life. Since Amanda’s boyfriend, Charles Rose has a large net worth equivalent to $23 million, Amanda is a matter of gossip most of the time.
Amanda started her professional work with the architecture firm Gruzen and Partners along with the mentor William H. Whyte. She also was also part of the New York State Urban Development Corporation. During the time from 1983 to 1990, Amanda worked for Battery Park City and became head for the economic development programs of Bloomberg. She also became a teacher in public schools in the 1960s.
Amanda was the prior reason for saving the High Line, which transformed into a park. Bloomberg administration revealed the draft strategy of waterfront, Vision 2020. According to wiki sites, this plan targets to discover the possibilities for raising water level problems and make water accessible to canoeists and kayakers. Amanda is working under this strategy to make it successful.
Born as Amanda Jay Mortimer on 18 January 1994, Amanda is a native of New York. She grew up with her parents Babe Paley and Stanley G. Mortimer Jr. In her family, Amanda has five half-siblings and a brother, as per wiki.
With blonde hair and casual height, Amanda has also maintained her slim body structure and stayed healthy even if she is in her early seventies.