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.
Jason Furman, Principal Deputy Director of the National Economic Council, joins a Hangout on Google+ with Americans across the country to discuss the Buffett Rule.
President Obama drops by a meeting at the White House to speak with journalists and editors from a range of personal finance and financial news sites.
Vice President Biden answered your questions on Twitter.
We’re pleased to introduce the White House timeline, which highlights moments from our more than 200-year history.
Vice President Joe Biden will be answering your questions about college affordability on Twitter. You can ask questions right now using the hashtag #AskVP and follow the chat live on Tuesday, April 3rd from the @VP Twitter account.
Let's Move invites its followers on twitter and facebook and their children to apply for their chance to attend the next tweetup for the 134th annual White House Easter Egg Roll.
As we mark the two year anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, Administration officials are answering your questions about the law on Twitter. Find out how you can join.
Jeff Zients, Acting Director of the Office of Management and Budget, will be answering your questions about the President’s balanced approach during a session of White House Office Hours on Twitter.
Over 140 "tweeps" from across the country welcomed Prime Minister David Cameron, and then met with Administration officials to talk about opening the government through online engagement.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney responds to questions submitted by citizens through Twitter and Google+ on gas prices, tax breaks for oil companies and the Supreme Court and the Affordable Care Act. Check out the video.