Colleen Curtis joined the White House as Director of Digital Content in July 2011. Prior to this role, she was most recently Editorial Director of Womens & Lifestyle Programming at AOL, where she launched 15 websites that reached more than 20 million Americans each month. In addition, Curtis has held numerous leadership roles in media in the United States and overseas, including senior editorial positions at ABC’s Good Morning America, the New York Daily News, and the National Post.
A native of Sparta, New Jersey, Curtis studied journalism at Boston University’s College of Communications and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
In her commencement address to the Aggies, Mrs Obama challenged the graduates to carry on the legacy of the Greensboro Four, the legendary civil rights leaders who met in an A&T dorm
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Mrs Obama praises the strength and spirit of the Hokie Nation during her Commencement Address
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Meet some members of the Marine's Female Engagement Team, women who volunteer to join otherwise all-male patrols on the ground in Afghanistan villages, where they build relationships with local women
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After his meeting with President Karzai in Kabul, President Obama joined U.S. troops at Bagram Air Base and thanked them for the sacrifices they have made over the past decade of war, and paid tribute to their successes
In his speech, the President poked fun at himself and the coverage he has received from the reporters who were in the audience
The President stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to pass on a message to Congress: Don't double interest rates for students