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Alex Wall joined the White House in April of 2013 and currently serves as Deputy Director of Online Engagement for the Office of Digital Strategy. Prior to this role, he served as the Social Media Director at Organizing for Action, and a Social Media Strategist for the 2012 Obama for America campaign. Previously, he has worked as a communications associate at the Sierra Club and as a fellow at Environment America. A native of New York and Pennsylvania, he's a 2009 graduate of Northwestern University.
In the spirit of making the White House more open and accessible, we're bringing back the Summer Mailbag edition of West Wing Week, where people across the country can ask the White House questions on social media. Ask your questions on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, or Google+ using the hashtag #AskTheWH, and watch West Wing Week to find out if yours gets answered.
The White House released a new report from the Council of Economic Advisers that breaks down the economic consequences of delaying action to combat climate change. So how will this affect you and your community? Jason Furman, the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, is taking to Twitter to answer your questions.
Big news: the White House Twitter account just reached 5 million followers! If you're one of them, thanks for following along.
Tomorrow, Thursday, June 19, at 4:30 p.m. ET, join Valerie Jarrett for a Twitter Q&A on helping working families succeed on her Twitter handle, @VJ44.
The First Lady held a Twitter Q&A using #LunchWithFLOTUS on school nutrition and healthy lunches
Tomororw, Thursday, June 12 at 2:30 p.m. ET, join the First Lady for a Twitter Q&A on school nutrition and healthy school lunches on her Twitter handle, @FLOTUS.
Join Grist, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, and the White House for a Google+ Hangout on climate change and the steps we're taking to reduce carbon pollution, prepare for the impacts of climate change, and build a clean energy economy.
President Obama picked the Michigan State Spartans to beat the Louisville Cardinals in the final game of the 2014 NCAA tournament.