“President-elect Joe Biden on Monday announced members of his digital team that will be in charge of reaching Americans through online platforms once his administration takes office.
The White House digital operation will be composed of 12 Democratic operatives who have experience in roles on Biden’s presidential campaign, transition team or the inaugural committee.
Brendan Cohen, who worked as the deputy director of editorial on Biden’s presidential campaign, will serve as platform manager. Rob Flaherty, who currently serves as digital director for Biden’s transition team, will continue the same role in the White House.
Jonathan Hebert will serve as video director, Jaime Lopez as director of platforms, and Carahna Magwood as creative director. Maha Ghandour, who serves as digital partnerships manager on the Presidential Inaugural Committee, will work in the same position at the White House in order to extend Biden’s reach beyond the official White House social platforms. Aisha Shah, currently digital partnerships manager on the transition team, will work alongside Ghandour as partnerships manager.
Abbey Pitzer will serve as designer, Olivia Raisner as traveling content director, both Rebecca Rinkevich and Christian Tom as deputy directors of digital strategy, and Cameron Trimble as director of digital engagement…” Read the full article here.
Source: Biden announces White House digital team – By Morgan Chalfant, December 28, 2020. The Hill.