Black in the White House
On Tuesday, February 23 at 5:30 PM Eastern, the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service will host an event as part of Black History Month titled “Black in the White House.”
The panelists, all Black former White House staffers, will talk about their experiences working in one of the most important buildings in the world and how they leveraged their positions to affect change.
This conversation will be live-streamed across GU Politics’ social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube). Members of the Georgetown community should RSVP to receive a Zoom link.
Ron Christie – Special Assistant to the President (George W. Bush Administration), GU Politics Advisory Board Member, and McCourt School of Public Policy Adjunct Professor
Marlon Marshall (MPM’19) – Special Assistant to the President (Barack Obama Administration), Spring 2017 GU Politics Fellow
Minyon Moore – Assistant to the President (Bill Clinton Administration)
Jona Van Deun – Director of Scheduling and Advance to Lynne Cheney (George W. Bush Administration)