Sabrina Singh, who was Press Secretary to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on the Biden-Harris campaign, has been appointed Deputy Press Secretary to the Vice President.
A news release from the Biden Administration announced additional members of the White House staff, whom it described as “diverse, experienced, and talented individuals.” Singh, along with eight others, will join the Office of the Vice President.
Prior to her role on the campaign, Singh served as Senior Spokesperson for Mike Bloomberg’s presidential campaign and National Press Secretary for Cory Booker’s presidential campaign. She previously served as Deputy Communications Director for the Democratic National Committee, Spokesperson for American Bridge’s Trump War Room and Regional Communications Director on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. She has also worked at SKDKnickerbocker, served as Communications Director for Rep Jan Schakowsky and worked at various Democratic committees. She lives in Washington, DC.
Others whose names were announced today were:
Yael Belkind, Assistant to the Chief of Staff
Vincent Evans, Deputy Director of the Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs
Michael Fuchs, Deputy Chief of Staff
Dr Ike Irby, Policy Advisor
Deanne Millison, Deputy Policy Director
Rachel Palermo, Assistant Press Secretary
Mike Pyle, Chief Economic Advisor