Xernona Clayton Net Worth

For the people who don't know Xernona Clayton is an American civil rights leader and broadcasting executive.

Xernona Clayton is a Civil Rights Movement, she worked for the National Urban League and Southern Christian Leadership Conference, where she became involved in the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

She became the first African American from the southern United States to host a daily prime-time talk show. She became corporate vice president for urban affairs for Turner Broadcasting.

Clayton was a member of the Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was the pastor.

She was instrumental in the development of the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame which was developed by the foundation to honor the achievements of African Americans and civil rights advocates.

The Xernona Clayton Barbie doll was created in her honor by Mattel in 2004.

Xernona Clayton's net worth is estimated to be between $1 Million – $5 Million dollars. She has made such amount of wealth from her primary career as Civil Rights Leader.

She serves as the chair, president, and CEO of the Trumpet Awards Foundation which was formed in late 2004.

She published an autobiography, I've Been Marching All The Time, a title inspired by King. The book focused on her life and her views of the Civil Rights Movement.