Amy Dudley is Deputy Press Secretary to Vice President Joe Biden. Dudley came to the White House from Delaware Senator Ted Kaufman’s office, where she served as his press secretary.
Prior to the Senate, she worked in the public affairs office of the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI), where she helped to develop media strategies to highlight the organization’s efforts to support and strengthen democratic institutions worldwide. Dudley began her career in Washington as a staff writer for The Hotline, National Journal’s daily briefing on politics, where she covered the 2006 midterm elections and the run up to the 2008 presidential primaries. A native of Brookfield, Connecticut, Dudley graduated from Colgate University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Peace and Conflict Studies.
Vice President Joe Biden discussed U.S-China economic relationships with Chinese leaders and at a roundtable with top businesspeople from each country
Vice President Biden's trip to Asia officially began with an elaborate welcome ceremony in the Great Hall of the People
Shortly after arriving in Beijing, Vice President Biden joins Georgetown men's basketball fans at the Olympic Sports Center to cheer on the Hoyas in an exhibition game against the Shanxi Zhongyu Brave Dragons.
Over the next nine days, the Vice President will travel throughout Asia to visit China, Mongolia, and Japan. Use the Twitter hashtag #VPinAsia for extensive updates and coverage of the Vice President's trip.
The Office of the Vice President launched an official Twitter account – @VP – with a call from Vice President Biden and Dr. Jill Biden asking all Americans to remember our troops and military families on Independence Day.
Friday, June 3rd, His Holiness Benedict XVI received Vice President Joe Biden at the Vatican.