Joe Biden Names Jen Psaki As White Home Press Secretary – .

President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris have selected an all-female White House communications team, led by Jen Psaki as press secretary and Kate Bedingfield as communications director.

Psaki is currently overseeing communications for the change of president. She was previously the White House communications director under President Barack Obama and State Department spokesperson under then Secretary of State John Kerry.

Bedingfield was the assistant campaign manager and communications director for the Biden-Harris campaign, and was previously communications director for Biden when he was vice president. Previously, she was the main spokesperson and vice president of corporate communications at MPAA and vice president of communications at Monumental Sports & Entertainment.

Top communications roles also included Elizabeth E. Alexander, who will serve as communications director for First Lady Jill Biden. Alexander was senior advisor to the Biden-Harris campaign and press secretary for Biden when he was vice president.

Ashley Etienne will serve as Harris’ communications director after serving as senior advisor to the campaign and communications director and senior advisor to House Spokesperson Nancy Pelosi. Karine Jean-Pierre will serve as deputy spokesperson after serving as senior advisor and chief of staff to Harris, as well as chief public affairs officer for and political analyst for NBC and MSNBC during the campaign.

Symone Sanders, who was a senior advisor to the campaign, will serve as senior advisor and main spokesperson for Harris. She was also a political commentator for CNN.

Pili Tobar will serve as the White House’s deputy communications director after serving as communications director for the campaign’s coalitions.

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