Prior to joining the White House Office of Digital Strategy, Brenchley was Director of Digital Strategy at the U.S. Department of Education. Previously, he worked as a press secretary and a new media specialist in the U.S. House of Representatives, and spent six years in the U.S. Air Force. Brenchley received a bachelor’s degree from Valdosta State University and a master's in Legislative Affairs from the George Washington University.
As part of today's #InvestInUs summit, Grammy award-winning artist and early education advocate Shakira and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan answered your questions about early childhood education.
Grammy award-winning artist Shakira and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will be taking to Twitter to answer your questions about early education.
President Obama, Vice President Biden, and the First Lady join college presidents and other education leaders from around the nation at the second White House College Opportunity Day of Action.
President Obama and the First Lady will join college presidents and other leaders at an event focused on expanding opportunity for students.
More than 100 school superintendents join President Obama in the White House East Room to launch a new effort to assist school leaders in their transition to digital learning with the Future Ready Digital Pledge.
Earlier this year, we launched WhiteHouse.gov/tools -- a new section of our site highlighting tools from across government that can make your life easier.
Executive Director of Let’s Move! and White House Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition Policy Sam Kass joins DC Public Schools’ student Maurice Morris, and thousands of classrooms across the country for a special inside look into the White House kitchen.
Announcing our next installment of "Of the People: Live from the White House," a virtual field trip series with Discovery Education that’s designed to offer middle and high school students unique access to the White House.
Vice President Biden and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan return to Joplin to celebrate the reopening of Joplin High School.
In remarks at the U.N. Global Education First Initiative in New York City, First Lady Michelle Obama explains that every young woman on our planet should have the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive.