U.S. VP Harris hires two advisers as her portfolio grows By Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Vice President Kamala Harris has hired two new advisers at a time when she is leading the charge for the Biden administration on a number of issues including voting rights and immigration from Central America.
The team will be led by Adam Frankel and Lorraine Voles, who were there to support Harris through the transition.
They began their roles as advisers in August. The official did not specify how long they would stay at the White House.
The official stated that their experience was and will be valuable to our entire team as we plan long-term plans and implement the ambitious policy agenda of the Administration.
Voles works as a crisis communication expert in public relations. Frankel used to be a speechwriter under former President Barack Obama.
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