Karine Jean-Pierre is the White House Chief Deputy Press Secretary of the Biden Administration. She is the first openly gay woman to have a press conference from the White House and the second black woman. She previously she was a Senior Advisor to President Joe Biden Elect and Chief of Staff of Vice President Kamala Harris Elect in the Biden Harris Campaign. Prior to participating in the campaign, she was Chief Marketing Officer of MoveOn.org and Political Analyst on NBC and MSNBC. During the Obama Biden administration, Jean-Pierre was the Regional Political Director of the White House Politburo and the Deputy Battlefield Director of President Obama’s 2012 Re-election Campaign. She is President Obama’s 2008 Southeastern Regional Political Director, President Martin O’Malley’s Deputy Campaign Manager, ACLU’s Reproductive Freedom Initiative Campaign Manager, and two-member Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Legislative and Budget Issues. Served. New York City Council. Born in Martinique and raised in New York, Jean-Pierre is a graduate of Columbia University.
LGBTQAI + Award Eddie Windsor Champion The 2013 breakthrough victory over the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was named after LGBTQ + rights activist Edith S. Windsor, who set the stage for marriage equality for all. Her 44-year relationship with his wife, Thea Spyer, continued until Thea died in 2009, urging Edie to challenge and overthrow the prejudices that have alienated LGBTQ + Americans for decades.
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