In May of 2009, Kori Schulman joined the new media team at the White House, now known as the Office of Digital Strategy. Prior to this role, Kori was a graphic designer for President Obama’s 2008 Presidential Campaign based in Chicago and the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Committee in Washington, DC. Before coming to the White House, she worked on the book Designing Obama, a chronicle of art from the 2008 campaign.
Born and raised in Chicago, Kori concentrated in American Studies at Brown University and studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins.
Follow Kori Schulman on Twitter @ks44.
Calling all Instagram users: For the first time ever, the White House is joining a Worldwide InstaMeet!
In a video on BuzzFeed, President Obama proved he's just like us to spread the word about the health care deadline on February 15.
Take a look behind the scenes as President Obama meets Vidal, a 13-year-old from Brownsville, Brooklyn, whose photo on the 'Humans of New York' blog inspired a national campaign to support the students at Mott Hall Bridges Academy.
Days after delivering his 2015 State of the Union address, President Obama sat down with three leading YouTube content creators to answer questions on issues ranging from education to foreign policy.
Right after President Obama delivers his State of the Union address tonight, we’re answering your questions about the policies and ideas laid out in the speech. Ask using #SOTUChat.
After President Obama addresses the nation on Tuesday, January 20, he’s turning to YouTube to discuss the policies laid out in the speech and answer your questions.
Take a look at the year in firsts, and be sure to stay tuned for lots more ways to engage in 2015.
Throughout the month of December, 65,000 people will enjoy decorations adorning “The People’s House" and visitors are taking to social media to post about their visit. Now, we’re sharing their experience with you.
On Wednesday, November 26th, President Obama will announce the National Thanksgiving Turkey and, once again, we’re inviting the American people to decide which bird takes the title.