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Jacqueline Mars the granddaughter of Frank C. Mars and the daughter of Forrest Mars, Sr, is the co-owner of their family business, Mars Incorporated, the well-renowned candy making firm in the US.
|Date of Birth||10 October 1939|
|Source of Wealth||Candy|
|Residence||The Plains, VA|
|Education||Bachelor of Arts / Science, Bryn Mawr College|
Jacqueline Mars has been a part of several conservation initiatives. She has played a significant role at the Washington National Opera, the National Museum, the Kennedy Centre, and the Piedmont Environmental Council.
The heiress to the Mars family has made the inherited business as one of the top 5 largest privately held companies in America.
Jacqueline Mars also received the Foundation for the National Archives’ Heritage Award.
Jacqueline Mars was bestowed with Professional Riders Organization Award by “As You like It” Owners in 2011.
Jacqueline Mars is the board of director of Fine Art Museum and the National Sporting Library and is also a trustee of the U.S. Equestrian Team.
Mars is the world's largest and most secretive candy company with sales of over $33 Billion.
Jacqueline Mars lives in a lavishly designed bungalow at The Plains, Virginia (VA), US.
Jacqueline Mars also owns a farm that specializes in organic farming.
Jacqueline Mars also acquired a bulk of shares and stocks in her inherited business.
Jacqueline Mars is quite famous in the news headlines for her reckless driving and mishappening. She struck a Chrysler carrying six passengers on 4th October 2013.
Jacqueline Mars is a philanthropist and has made contributions to various charitable funds. Her biggest donations have been to National Symphony Orchestra and Australian Outback doctors.
Jacqueline Mars loves horse riding. She is a trustee of the board of the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation.
Jacqueline Mars is well considered to be one of the richest women in America leading quite a reclusive life.
Jacqueline Mars has a keen interest in historical prevention and is among the trustees of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.