Sara Zimmerman Duterte-Carpio, often known as Inday Sara or Sara Duterte, is a Filipina lawyer and politician who is now serving as the Mayor of Davao City. She was also the mayor of the city from June 30, 2010 to June 30, 2013. She was deputy mayor of Davao City from June 30, 2007 to June 30, 2010, prior to her mayoral term. Rodrigo Duterte, the Philippine president, is her father’s daughter. Sara Duterte biography, parents, education, and net worth can all be found by scrolling down.
Sara Duterte biography; Early life, parents, education, age
According to Sara Duterte biography, She was born on May 31, 1978, in Davao City, Philippines, to then-lawyer Rodrigo Duterte and flight attendant Elizabeth Zimmerman. Rodrigo Roa Duterte, sometimes known as Dingong or Rody, is the current President of the Philippines (the 16th). Zimmerman’s mother, Elizabeth, filed for divorce when he was 10 years old due to his father’s infidelity (1988). After more than 25 years of marriage, the divorce was finalized in 2000. However, for the sake of the children, her parents kept a positive relationship. Sara was up in a home with three brothers and sisters.
Paolo, her older brother, and Sebastian, her younger brother, are her siblings. Her father adored her because she was the only child. Despite this, Rodrigo saw Sara as his favorite child and regarded her and her brothers’ schooling as extremely important. Duterte studied BS Respiratory Therapy at San Pedro College and graduated in 1999. She went on to San Sebastian College – Recoletos to study law and graduated in May 2005. Sara went on to San Sebastian College – Recoletos to study law and graduated in May 2005. She is 43 years old right now.
How did she start her political career?
After switching duties as mayor and vice-mayor with her father Rodrigo Duterte from 2010 to 2013, Duterte-Carpio became Davao City’s first female mayor and the youngest to be elected to the office in the city’s political history. In 2014, Duterte was elected as one of the nine governors of the Philippine Red Cross. Despite her father’s reluctance due to a lack of campaign funding and political apparatus, she shaved her head in October 2015 to persuade him to run for President in the 2016 Philippine presidential elections.
Sara Duterte started a movement named “Tapang at Malasakit” that attracted support from Duterte’s political allies, fans, and friends. She resubmitted her candidacy for mayor of Davao on October 18, 2018, after having alternated for two decades in the mayor’s and vice-offices mayor’s with her father (now the country’s president) and her brother Paolo (former vice-mayor), and backed her younger brother Sebastian in his bid for vice-mayor. Many political pundits, on the other hand, pointed to her Senate campaign preparations and even projected her as the Philippines’ future president.
Who is Sara husband? Does she have children?
Duterte has been marry to Manases “Mans” R. Carpio, a fellow lawyer whom she met while attending San Beda University, since October 27, 2007. Mikhaila Mara, called “Sharky,” is their adoptive daughter, while Mateo Lucas, nicknamed “Stingray,” and Marko Digong, dubbed “Stonefish,” are their two sons. Manases is a legal counsel for Lapanday Foods Corp., and is the nephew of Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales and Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio.
Duterte is also a rape victim
On April 18, 2016, in response to her father Rodrigo’s rape statement during one of his presidential campaign rallies, Duterte took to her Instagram account to reveal that she had been a rape victim. Rodrigo Duterte, on the other hand, disregarded his daughter’s admission, calling her a “drama queen.”
In August 2018, her father joked about Davao’s high rape statistics, claiming that the city has “many attractive women,” which explains the high rate. Sara defended her father, asking the detractors how much good they have done for Davao in comparison to her family’s leadership.