|Date of Birth:||1982 August 18|
|Age:||36 years old|
|occupation||Wife of Lin-Manuel Miranda, lawyer|
|spouse||Lin-Manuel Miranda ( 2010)|
|education||New York City's Hunter College High School Massachusetts Institute of Technology.|
|place_of_birth||New York City, NY|
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Nadal is a happily married woman. She and her husband, Lin-Manuel Miranda has been married since on 5th September 2010 in upstate New York.
Vanessa Adriana Nadal was born on 18th August 1982, in New York City, NY. Her father's name is Frank Nadal. Growing up in New York area, she enrolled in the Hunter College High School and graduated from there in 2000. Then, Nadal earned her bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2004.
Vanessa also attended Universidad Pontificia Comillas for one year. There she studied EU law, Spanish law. As well as an international comparative law in the Spanish language. After that, she enrolled Fordham University School of Law in Juris Doctorate in 2010.
Vanessa Adriana Nadal was a lab researcher in AUSTRIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES in 2001. There she used to examine tight junctions between epithelial and endothelial cells. Especially the functions of occludin, a transmembrane phosphoprotein in an integral membrane component of the tight junction.
After serving there around three months, Vanessa Adriana Nadal left to work and joined as a research intern at MIT in 2002, where she investigated the correlation between genetic and environmental factors of type II diabetes by evaluating the transcriptional profile of a cell determined via hybridization assays.
— Vanessa A M Nadal (@VAMNit) June 6, 2016
Vanessa Adriana Nadal determined optimum conditions for larger experiments using Hepa 1-6 cells and inhibitory drugs to unearth comparisons and similarities between metabolic pathways and mRNA that accumulate glucose.
From June 2003 to August 2003, Vanessa worked as a research intern at Johnson & Johnson. Nadal described morphological changes in human keratinocytes induced by a proprietary compound to elucidate firming and identified targets of this compound on the skin using cytotoxicity assays, digital and fluorescent microscopy, cytoskeletal staining, and the electrical resistance and impedance of live cells.
Vanessa Adriana Nadal also served at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Worldwide from 2004 to June 2007, where she investigated ground-breaking scientific ideas and assessed benefits of several proprietary compounds for anti-aging. She assisted with the development of multiple clinical skin-care technology proof-of-principle studies.
— Vanessa A M Nadal (@VAMNit) January 31, 2013
Nadal developed Intellectual Property maps surrounding select technologies and identified patentable spaces within and acquired knowledge on skin fundamentals including aging, inflammation, and product interactions. Performed competitive landscape analysis and gained familiarity with consumer insights through focus groups.
Vanessa was selected and revised opinions, analyzed and researched legal briefs, and advised the judge on various legal issues including contract language interpretation for America’s Cup case and others, NY housing regulations, Commercial and Residential Real Estate Leases, First Amendment, Criminal appeals to robbery and rape charges, and child-custody cases.
From 2008–Aug 2008, Vanessa worked KING RAMSEY PERRY & HOWELL, LLP as a legal intern, where she reviewed, revised and negotiated entertainment contracts for major Hip Hop producers and recording artists, including artist, producer, management, endorsement, joint-venture and termination agreements.
Vanessa Adriana Nadal accompanied legal research and wrote memoranda on trademarks, joint tenancies, and formation of corporations, LLCs, subsidiaries and non-profit organizations in NY, DE and CA.
Vanessa associated with Jones Day from May 2011 to May 2016 in New York, New York, where she litigates cases and develop a strategy as a lead/sole associate in Federal and New York State courts and ICC arbitrations. She argued before Sup. Ct. of NY App. Div., First Dep’t, and appear in federal court conferences.
Vanessa drafted pleadings and motions, witness statements and affidavits, and client memorandum and recommendations. Nadal worked one-on-one with experts to draft reports, e.g., treatment of a blood cancer in False Claims Act qui tam case.
She conducted deposition; prepare English and Spanish-speaking witnesses for trial and deposition with mock questions. She negotiated settlements and interface daily with clients on case strategy, witness statements, and discovery issues.
Nadal is a happily married woman. She and her husband, Lin-Manuel Miranda has been married since on 5th September 2010 in upstate New York. The Times reported that during the ceremony, a chorus of Broadway singers sang, and the reception had a 22-piece orchestra performing.
The couple first met while they were attending Hunter College High School around the same time, with Miranda two grades above her. He revealed, “She was gorgeous, and I’m famously bad at talking to women I find attractive… I have a total lack of game.”
— Vanessa A M Nadal (@VAMNit) April 9, 2017
Miranda fell across her Facebook profile in 2005 and suggested her to see him perform with his hip-hop improv group, "Freestyle Love Supreme." After a few weeks later, he invited her to another show, after which they went out with a bunch of friends. She was fascinated by his intelligence onstage; he was overwhelmed by her confidence amongst his friends.
Their relationship grew quickly from there, and love flowered. After two months later, at a big crowded party, he didn’t exactly say, “I love you” but almost. “At some point, we met up for a kiss, and he said, ‘You love me,’ ” she recalled. “I was like: ‘How presumptuous!’ I was a little angry, but I couldn’t deny it.”As a loving spouse, they welcomed their first child Sebastian in November 2014.
Vanessa Nadal along with her husband Lin-Manuel Miranda has attended several awards functions. On June 2012, the couple posed for photographers during the 'Hamilton' Tony Awards After Party at Tavern On The Green in New York City.
Vanessa Nadal with her husband, Lin-Manuel Miranda in 2016
Vanessa is a well-established lawyer and wife of a popular star, undoubtedly enjoying her luxurious life. Vanessa Adriana husband's estimated net worth has $10 million.
— Vanessa A M Nadal (@VAMNit) October 5, 2012
Vanessa holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.