See the full lineup of artists and performers.
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.
On Thursday, January 26th, Vice President Biden will answer questions submitted by people from across the country in his first Twitter interview.
In the first completely-virtual interview from the White House, President Obama will answer questions that have been submitted by Americans from across the country via YouTube. The virtual event with the President will happen through Google+ Hangouts, a live multi-person video chat.
President Obama announces steps his administration is taking to boost tourism and travel, American around the country added their voice to the discussion on tourism. Have a look a what people had to say.
Add your voice to the discussion on the new White House Google+ Page where you’ll find news, behind the scenes content, and chances to participate.
We’re hosting a Tweetup where some of our Twitter followers will be invited to watch the President’s address live, attend a panel with Administration officials after the speech, and of course tweet!
We’re holding a special session of "Office Hours" on Twitter with Rebecca Blank, Acting Deputy Secretary of Commerce and Under Secretary for Economic Affairs (@commercegov), and Aneesh Chopra, United States Chief Technology Office (@aneeshchopra), to answer your questions about the new report.
The White House will hold a special session of "Office Hours" on Twitter moderated by Yahoo! Finance with Brian Deese, Deputy Director of the National Economic Council.
Today, Brian Deese, Deputy Director of the National Economic Council, answered your questions about the payroll tax cut extension and why $40 matters during a session of White House Office Hours.
On WhiteHouse.gov, Facebook and Twitter Americans join the conversation on the payroll tax cut and share what's at stake if Congress fails to extend the payroll tax cut.
President Obama said that Congress cannot go home without preventing a tax increase on 160 million hardworking Americans, and the deal announced tonight meets that test.