USA Today reports:
President-elect Joe Biden named four more officials Friday to White House posts – including directors overseeing congressional lobbying and personnel – as he prepares to take office Jan. 20. Louisa Terrell, who served as special assistant for legislative affairs to President Barack Obama and as deputy chief of staff in Biden’s Senate office, was named director of White House Office of Legislative Affairs.
The announcements come the same day Biden is scheduled to meet in Wilmington, Delaware, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. Cathy Russell, who served eight years in the Obama administration in the White House and at the State Department, was named director of the White House Office of Presidential Personnel.
Read the full article.
.@JoeBiden announces more White House staff
Carlos Elizondo – WH social secretary
Cathy Russell – Director of WH office of presidential personnel
Louisa Terrell – Director of WH office of legislative affairs
Mala Adiga – Policy director to @DrBiden https://t.co/9LAsqiKOWX
— Arlette Saenz (@ArletteSaenz) November 20, 2020
President-elect Biden names Louisa Terrell as his legislative affairs director, selecting a former chief of staff to Sen. Cory Booker as his chief liaison to Congress. pic.twitter.com/CLRVBCJRdt
— Zach C. Cohen (@Zachary_Cohen) November 20, 2020