America’s newly elected President Joe Biden is starting to form his White House team. Along with this, he has given high positions to four officials of Obama administration. The team also includes Mala Adiga of Indian origin. Kathy Russell, who was chief of staff in the Obama administration, will serve as director of the White House Office of Presidential Personal. She will scrutinize applications for administrative positions. At the same time, Louisa Terrell will be the Deputy Chief of Staff.
Jill’s policy will make garlands
Carlos Elihondo, Jill Biden’s social secretary in the Obama administration, will still hold the same position. Mala Adiga will serve as Jill’s policy director. Her job will be to set Jill’s priorities as First Lady. She has previously been director of higher-level education and military families at the Biden Foundation. He has also served as an adviser to Jill Biden in the Obama administration.
‘Dedication due to diversity’
Announcing the team, Biden said, “I am proud to announce the names of more members in my team who will bring change in difficult times in America.” The dedication to overcome the challenges facing our country comes from their diverse backgrounds and experiences. They will serve the people of America and help to create a better, fairer and united country. ‘