Chelsea Clinton’s Hedgie Husband Leaves Job To Ski

Feb 1 2011 | 5:12am ET

Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton’s husband is no longer a hedge fund trader. He’s a skier.

Marc Mezvinsky, who married Clinton six months ago, left his job at New York-based 3G Capital Management after the holidays, the New York Post reports. He’s spent the last month—and a couple of months to come—on the slopes in Jackson Hole, Wyo.

The tabloid said he’s “taking a break” from his job, but did not specify whether he’d be returning to 3G.

Clinton, who is currently studying for her doctorate at New York University, is not joining her new husband in the Rockies. She has stayed behind in their Fifth Avenue apartment, planning to visit Mezvinsky every few weeks.

Mezvinsky worked at Goldman Sachs before joining 3G.


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