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Phillips ran the new media program for the Presidential Transition Team (Change.gov) and served as the Deputy Director of the Obama campaign's new media department (BarackObama.com).
Prior to the campaign, Phillips led Blue State Digital's strategy practice, working with clients like the Democratic National Committee and Senator Ted Kennedy. A proud Americorps*VISTA alum, the Huntsville, Alabama native is a graduate of Duke University.
Follow Macon Phillips on Twitter @Macon44.
The White House Chief of Staff celebrates the woman "whose dedication to shining a light on injustice and abuse has led to the beginnings of a transformation" in Burma, at the Holocaust Memorial Museum’s National Tribute Dinner
The White House has responded to two petitions about proposed legislation intended to combat online piracy.
We the People is still going strong a month after its launch, gaining nearly 31,000 new signatures everyday while working with users to improve and fine tune the experience.
Today, one of President Obama's top education advisors, Roberto Rodriguez, issued the first response to a petition created through We the People
In the week since we launched We the People, more than 7,800 petitions have been created, more than 600,000 signatures have been logged and more than 375,000 people have created an account to participate in this platform. It's by far the biggest online engagement event ever for the White House - and we're just getting started.
As part of President Obama's Campaign to Cut Waste and the Administration's overall commitment to improving customer service, we're taking a fresh look at how government information and services are delivered on the Internet
Even though we haven’t launched yet, we’re already seeing a number of questions and comments that are worth addressing. Here are some of those questions and our responses:
Something exciting is coming to WhiteHouse.gov. It's called We the People and it will significantly change how the public -- You! -- engage with the White House online.
Today, President Obama called for the President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, to step aside and took the strongest financial action action against the Syrian regime thus far.
Today in Peosta, Iowa, President Obama took a moment to reflect on what his trip through rural America has meant.