Steve Adler : Net Worth, Family, Wife, Education, Children, Age, Biography and Political Career

Steve Adler is us Mayor of Austin since 2015 know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children , Education and Career Earnings

Steve Adler : Net Worth, Family, Wife, Education, Children, Age, Biography and Political Career
Steve Adler

Quick Facts


Steve Adler




March 23, 1956


Diane Land


Princeton University (BA)
University of Texas at Austin (JD)

Country / Nationality

United States

State / Province




Net Worth

$ 1 to 5 Million

Stephen Ira Adler is an American lawyer and Democratic politician who is the 58th and current Mayor of Austin. He has served as mayor since January 6, 2015.

Adler has been a practicing attorney in Austin in the areas of eminent domain and civil rights law for 35 years. For eight years he worked as the chief of staff and later general counsel to Democratic State Senator Eliot Shapleigh in the Texas Legislature. He has also worked with or board chaired Austin-based nonprofits and civic organizations, including the Texas Tribune, Anti-Defamation League, and Ballet Austin.

Steve Adler Net Worth

Steve Adler Net Worth is $ 1 to 5 Million in 2021.

Steve Adler Family

Steve Adler was born to a Jewish family and first lived in Washington, DC and grew up in Kensington, Maryland. His father was a World War II veteran with the U.S. Navy who later became a film editor with CBS News. His mother was a homemaker.

Steve Adler Wife and Children

Steve Adler Married with Diane Land. He has not Share much Information about his Family and Childern.

Steve Adler Career and Achievement

Legal Career

In the mid 1980s, Steve Adler co-founded the Barron, Graham & Adler LLP law firm, later Barron & Adler, LLP. He represented primarily landowners who were dealing with eminent domain and condemnation cases where the government or a private company seek to acquire their property. In addition to this practice, Adler spent most of the 1980s, his early legal career, doing civil rights employment discrimination cases. This work included representing women as well as Hispanic, African American and other minority workers in federal court, before the Equal Employment and Opportunity Commission and on matters filed with the Austin Human Rights Commission. He represented clients seeking equal treatment and opportunity in the workplace, redress from sexual harassment and denial of equal pay for equal work.

Adler has argued before state appellate courts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, and the Texas Supreme Court and was named a Texas Super Lawyer from 2007–2013 and one of the Best Lawyers in America in 2007–2014.

Early Political Career

In 1996, Steve Adler assisted El Paso Democrat Eliot Shapleigh in his run for Texas State Senate. He then served as Senator Shapleigh's chief of staff and later general counsel from 1997–2005.

During Adler's time working in the Texas Senate, he primarily focused on fairness in school funding formulas, teachers' salary issues, state budget policy, environmental protection, and equity and access issues.

Mayor of Austin (2015-Present)


Steve Adler began his campaign in January 2014 for Austin Mayor and ran on a platform of reforming governance at the Austin City Council. His primary issues included governance, traffic congestion, education, affordability, environment and water, and neighborhoods. Adler entered into a run-off with City Council Member Mike Martinez in November after both candidates failed to get a majority of votes. Adler won the run-off in December 16, 2014 with 67% percent of the total vote.

Adler won reelection in 2018, garnering 59% of the vote in a 7-way race.

Work with Community Organisations

Adler has been involved in a number of community organizations in the Greater Austin region. Adler has served on the Ballet Austin board since the late 1990s. From 2009–2012, Adler served as the board chair of the Anti-Defamation League Austin Region where he contributed to the creation of the Austin Hate Crimes Task Force and expanding the "No Place for Hate" anti-bullying program to schools throughout Central Texas. In 2010, he joined the board of Girls Empowerment Network (formerly GENAustin)

Adler was on the founding board of directors for the Texas Tribune in 2009. He was later appointed board chair, a role he resigned from in January 2014 in order to launch his run for Austin mayor.

On May 25, 2021, Adler appeared as a guest on episode 1657 of The Joe Rogan Experience.