Jimmy Westcott is the wife of businessman and entrepreneur, Carl H. Westcott. She is also the mother in law of Real Housewife of Dallas’ star Kameron Westcott. Jimmy Westcott net worth is currently not available at the moment and is under review.
According to her bio in Texas Conference for Women, Jimmy is known for her volunteering work and philanthropic activities. She is a Summa Cum Laude Graduate of Mississippi College where she was elected to Pi Alpha Theta, history honor society and Pi Gamma Mu, political science honor society. She then continued her graduate study in history, political science and jewelry design. She is now the owner of Jayhawk Design and the creative director of Polished.com
Jimmy is married to wealthy businessman Carl H. Westcott. Together they have two sons, Court who is a graduate of Vanderbilt University with an MBA from SMU and their second son, Chart is a 2007 graduate of Vanderbilt University who earned his law degree from SMU in May 2011. Court Westcott’s wife, Kameron who is one of the members of Real Housewife of Dallas is also a graduate of SMU.
Jimmy husband Carl Westcott is a very wealthy man. The Westcott family owns and runs Westcoot LLC, an investment company and founded other companies like 1-800-Flowers, First Extended Service Corporation and Westcott Communications. Carl Westcott net worth is estimated to be more than $200 million alone.
She has served on various volunteering activities and philanthropic works and has given her time and money to number of charities including The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dallas, The Center for Brain Health and the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center.
Other than that, she also served on the United Way Executive Committee and the United Way Board, served as Chair for StageFest, the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts Community Gala and Co-Chair of the Dallas Symphony Gala, served on the Boards of Greenhill School, The Child Care Group, The Center for Brain Health and Dallas Symphony. Former Texas governor Rick Perry also commissioned her to the Governor’s Commission for Women, under which she chaired The Domestic Violence Committee.