Birth date: April 16, 1963
Birth place: Wood-Ridge, New Jersey
Birth name: John Kevin Delaney
Father: Jack Delaney, electrician
Mother: Elaine (Rowe) Delaney, homemaker
Marriage: April McClain-Delaney
Children: Summer, Lily, Grace and Brooke
Education: Columbia University, B.S., 1985; Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. 1988
Religion: Roman Catholic
Went to Columbia University on scholarships from his father’s trade union, the American Legion, the VFW and the Lions Club.
Delaney was one of the wealthiest members of the US Congress when he served as a representative from Maryland, according to the 2018 Roll Call Wealth of Congress analysis, which placed him as the sixth-richest, with a calculated net worth of $93 million.
The youngest CEO of a publicly traded company when his first company was listed on the stock exchange.
He practiced law briefly at Shaw, Pittman, Potts & Trowbridge in the late 1980s, after completing law school.
1990-1992 - Co-owns and runs American Home Therapies, a health care firm, with Ethan Leder.
1993 - Co-founds HealthCare Financial Partners, a lender to health care companies, with Leder and Edward Nordberg Jr.
1993-1997 - Serves as chairman of the board, CEO and president of HealthCare Financial Partners.
2000-2009 - Co-founds and acts as CEO/executive manager of CapitalSource, a lender to small- and medium-sized businesses.
2010 -2012 - Serves as executive chairman of CapitalSource.
April 6, 2012 - Resigns as executive chairman of CapitalSource after becoming the Democratic candidate in Maryland’s 6th District race.
January 3, 2013-January 3, 2019 - US representative from Maryland’s 6th District.
July 28, 2017 - Announces in a Washington Post opinion piece that he is running for president and will not run for reelection to the House of Representatives.
May 29, 2018 - Delaney’s book, “The Right Answer: How We Can Unify Our Divided Nation,” is published.
January 31, 2020 - Delaney announces that he is ending his 2020 presidential campaign.
September 21, 2021 - Delaney founds Forbright Inc. and becomes executive chairman of Forbright Bank. Forbright Bank, formerly Congressional Bank, will “dedicate half its assets to financing companies, investors, and innovators driving sustainability and the shift to a low-carbon economy.” Delaney purchased control of Congressional Bank in 2011.