Although Joe Biden has not been ascertained, he is still moving along with his transition into the White House. Today, he announced four new members of his incoming senior staff.
Carlos Elizondo is the first Latino American to serve as White House social secretary. During the Obama-Biden administration, Elizondo served as a special assistant to the president and social secretary to the vice president.
Cathy Russell will lead the White House Office of Presidential Personnel as a director. Currently, Russell sits on the advisory board of the Biden-Harris transition team.
Louisa Terrell was chosen as director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs. Terrell spent several years working on Capitol Hill. During the Obama-Biden administration, she served as a special assistant to the president for Legislative Affairs.
Dr. Jill Biden’s policy director was also announced. Mala Adiga will fill that position after serving as a senior adviser to Dr. Biden and a senior policy adviser on the Biden-Harris campaign.
Before or after Thanksgiving, the Treasury Secretary will be announced.