Biden to Have Only Women On Senior Communications Team

Joe Biden announced Sunday that women will fill all seven senior communications roles at his new White House administration.

Biden to Have Only Women On Senior Communications Team

Joe Biden announced Sunday that women will fill all seven senior communications roles at his new White House administration.

The team will be led by campaign communications director Kate Bedingfield as White House communications director and Jen Psaki as White House press secretary.

I am proud to announce today the first senior White House communications team comprised entirely of women,” Biden said in a statement. “These qualified, experienced communicators bring diverse perspectives to their work and a shared commitment to building this country back better.

All the positions were announced at once to “signal that the various top administration offices will coordinate closely,” top Biden campaign aide Anita Dunn told The Washington Post.

Elizabeth Alexander, who served as the former vice president’s press secretary and his communications director while he was a U.S. senator from Delaware, will serve as Jill Biden’s communications director.

Ashley Etiennee, a former communications director for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, will be communications director for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris

Obama administration alum and Kamala Harris’ former chief of staff Karine Jean Pierre will serve as principal deputy press secretary

Symone Sanders, a senior adviser on the Biden-Harris campaign, will now be senior advisor and chief spokesperson for Harris.

Pili Tobar was communications director on Biden’s campaign and will now serve as deputy White House communications director.

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