New Additions to AllGov

Date: Monday, January 4, 2010 12:29 AM
Category: Allgov Blogs

AllGov has added profiles of several Obama appointees, including ten ambassadors. Colombia has also been added to the Nations section.

 
Agency Heads
David Kappos-U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Aaron Williams-Peace Corps
Daniel Yohannes-Millennium Challenge Corporation
Bob Abbey-Bureau of Land Management
David Matsuda-Maritime Administration
Daniel Elliott-Surface Transportation Board
Chuck Hagel-President’s Intelligence Board
David Boren-President’s Intelligence Board
Cynthia Quarterman-Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
Brenda Dann-Messier-Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Adam Namm-Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations
Anne Ferro-Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
Patrick Fitzgerald-Defense Contract Audit Agency
Alexa Posny- Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
Warren “Pete” Miller-Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management
Luis C de Baca-Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
 
Ambassadors
David Thorne-Italy and San Marino
David Huebner-New Zealand and Samoa
Cynthia Stroum-Luxembourg
Charles Ray-Zimbabwe
Bruce Oreck-Finland
Beatrice Wilkinson Welters-Trinidad and Tobago
Gordon Gray-Tunisia
Martha Campbell-Marshall Islands
 
Nation

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Co-Chair of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board: Who is Shirley Ann Jackson?

Jackson's work at Bell Labs was credited with the development of fiber optics, caller ID and call waiting for phones. In 1995, President Clinton appointed her to head the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and she became the 18th president of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She was the first female and first African-American to serve in those positions. In 2016, President Obama awarded her the National Medal of Science, the nation's highest honor for contributions in science and engineering.   read more

Managing Director of the Council on Environmental Quality: Who Is Christy Goldfuss?

Goldfuss joined the Obama administration in 2013, first as deputy director for Congressional and external affairs for the National Park Service. While there, she championed a policy to give fourth-graders yearly passes to national parks. At CEQ, Goldfuss worked on the implementation of Obama’s climate action plan and served as co-chair of the National Ocean Council. Four days before he left office, Obama appointed her to the National Infrastructure Advisory Council at Homeland Security.   read more

Executive Director of the Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships: Who Is Melissa Rogers?

Rogers got her foot in the door at the White House in 2009 when President Obama appointed her to be chair of the Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. She recommended changes in the Affordable Care Act to allow more religious exemptions from its contraception mandate. The language was changed to require that contraception be covered by insurance, but paid for by the insurer. Obama appointed Rogers to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council four days before he left office.   read more

Principal Deputy Director of the United States Mint: Who Is Rhett Jeppson?

Jeppson’s 28 years of Marine Corp service included stints as counter-terrorism planner and chief of current operations for Marine Forces Europe from 2001 to 2003; chief of joint national training capability and European engagements lead at the U.S. Special Operations Command from 2004 to 2008; deputy director of operations for U.S. Forces Afghanistan from 2009 to 2010; and lead crisis response planner at U.S. European Command from 2010 to 2012.   read more

Coordinator of the Bureau of International Information Programs: Who is Macon Phillips?

With the rollout of the Obama administration in January 2009, Phillips was appointed director of the newly established Office of Digital Strategy. Among his accomplishments was his development of “We the People,” the White House’s online petitioning system, which served as a platform for 400,000 citizen-petitions signed by more than 16 million users. But Phillips was soon embroiled in controversy over a blog posting on the site related to the debate over Obama’s new health care law.   read more
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