Indian-American Mala Adiga appointed as policy director to US President-elect Joe Biden’s wife

Indian-American Mala Adiga

US President-elect Joe Biden has appointed an Indian-American Mala Adiga, as the policy director of his wife Jill Biden, who will be the first lady. Adiga has served as a senior advisor to Jill and a senior policy advisor on the Biden-Kamala Harris campaign. Previously, Adiga was director for Higher Education and Military Families at the Biden Foundation. During former President Barack Obama’s administration, Adiga served as the deputy assistant secretary of state for Academic Programs at the Bureau of
Educational and Cultural Affairs. Other appointments include, Cathy Russell, Vice-Chair of the Biden-Harris campaign, has been named as the director of the White House Office of Presidential Personnel and Louisa Terrell, who currently oversees legislative affairs for the Biden-Harris transition team, will serve as the director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs in Biden administration.

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