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.
The President was in Ohio to talk about job training initiatives to help more Americans get back to work and connect unemployed Americans with the skills training they need to find jobs in high-demand, high-growth industries
The Shuttle got a piggyback ride from a Boeing 747 jet as it made its way from Florida to the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum
The President thanked the drivers for all of the work they have done on behalf of our troops and military families
The White House marks the first anniversary of Joining Forces
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Starting today, anyone who has access to a computer with an internet connection can take a 360 degree tour inside 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
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President Obama is calling on the House of Representatives to pass a bipartisan transportation bill that would repair crumbling roads and bridges and support construction jobs in communities all across America
The Affordable Care Act’s tax credit has lowered health insurance costs for small-business owners, who on average have paid about 18 percent more than large firms for the same health insurance policy