Lindsay Holst joined the White House in September of 2013 and currently serves as Director of Digital Content. Prior to this role, she served as Deputy Email Director for the 2012 Obama for America campaign. Previously, she served as a writer at the Democratic National Committee and former campaign strategy firm MSHC Partners, and has occasionally tried her hand at screenwriting. A native of rural Pennsylvania, she is a graduate of Boston University.
The President was heading from the White House to the nearby Department of the Interior and decided to break with tradition and take a springtime walk.
On Friday afternoon, President Obama and Vice President Biden stopped by a local Shake Shack for burgers, and spoke briefly about the need for Congress to pass transportation funding.
The President is calling on Congress to pass a bill to put Americans to work repairing our crumbling roads and bridges — avoiding a crisis in the short term, and helping to position our economy for long-term growth.
In this week’s address, First Lady Michelle Obama honored all mothers on this upcoming Mother’s Day and offered her thoughts, prayers and support in the wake of the unconscionable terrorist kidnapping of more than 200 Nigerian girls.
While in Pittsburgh, the President met with several families who wrote letters about how the Affordable Care Act is benefiting their lives.
In this week's address, the President offers his warmest greetings as millions of Americans celebrate Easter this Sunday and recounts the Passover Seder he hosted at the White House earlier this week, joining Jewish families around the world in their celebration.
Speaking from the White House Briefing Room, President Obama announced that 8 million Americans have now signed up for private health coverage.
The President delivers a statement about the shooting at Fort Hood.
The President sends a message to the White House email list following his remarks in the Rose Garden, announcing that 7.1 million Americans are now enrolled in private insurance thanks to the Affordable Care Act.
As of today, we know that more than 7 million Americans have signed up for private health coverage.