Vice President-Elect of the United States. Senator, Wife, Momala, Auntie. Fighting for the people. She/her.
Joined on 11 April, 2009
If we are going to tackle the climate crisis, then solutions must be woven into every aspect of our economic policy.
Brian Deese is an economic leader and climate policy expert who will bring his expertise back to the White House as Director of the National Economic Council.
Today I announced Tina Flournoy as my Chief of Staff, @RohiniKos as my Domestic Policy Advisor, and Nancy McEldowney as my National Security Advisor. Their leadership will be critical as we overcome the unprecedented challenges facing our nation.
Joe and I were raised to respect the dignity of work. That’s why I’ve always fought for working people—from standing up for families who lost their homes to joining picket lines to advance workers’ rights. Our administration will continue to put working people front and center.
.@NeeraTanden understands the struggles that millions of working Americans are facing because she has lived them.
As head of OMB, she’ll always be motivated by what she can do to help those families — and create a budget that reflects the values of America.
The Biden-Harris administration will build an economy where every American enjoys a fair return for their work and an equal chance to get ahead. An economy more vibrant and more powerful precisely because everybody will be cut in on the deal.
America—help is on the way.
Rosa Parks sparked a movement on this day in 1955 when she refused to give up her bus seat. Today, let’s honor her legacy and the courage she embodied by living by her words: "To bring about change, you must not be afraid to take the first step. We will fail when we fail to try."
These public servants are some of America’s most brilliant economic minds. I have full faith this is the team we need to deliver immediate economic relief to the American people, to get our economy back on track, and to make sure it works for working people.
On World AIDS Day, @JoeBiden and I are committed to ending HIV/AIDS in the U.S. and around the world. Together we’ll redouble our efforts to tackle health inequities, reinstate the Office of National AIDS Policy, and expand treatment. An AIDS-free generation is within our reach.
Our announced economic team shares our commitment to building an economy where everyone has access to a higher minimum wage, affordable health care, paid family leave, and paid sick leave.
An America where opportunity is within reach for everyone—for all the people.
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