Jen Psaki is a veteran of three presidential campaigns with almost twenty years of experience in Democratic politics.
Described by The New York Times as, “the unflappable and genial point-person” to the media during the various crises of President Obama’s campaign and presidency, Psaki served as the White House Communications Director during President Obama’s final two years in office. In this role, she was one of the primary advisors to President Obama on domestic, national security and political issues.
Prior to this role, she served as the spokesperson at the Department of State. As the public face for US foreign policy, she conducted daily briefings with international media, traveled to more than fifty-five countries with then Secretary of State John Kerry and served as a senior strategist to the Secretary and the Department on how to utilize communications as a tool of diplomacy.
She is the founder of Evergreen Consulting, a senior advisor to WestExec Advisors, an advisor to Demand Justice and an on air commentator and opinion writer for CNN.