Megan Slack served as the Deputy Director of Digital Content in the Office of Digital Strategy. She joined the White House from the online communications team at the Center for American Progress. She also worked as deputy finance director and scheduler on a congressional race in Houston, Texas during the 2008 election cycle, and interned at The Huffington Post. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from American University in Washington, D.C., where she served as editor in chief of the school newspaper, The Eagle.
In this week’s address, President Obama calls 2014 a year of action, which should start with Congress quickly passing emergency unemployment insurance for the 1.3 million Americans who lost this vital lifeline as they fight to find jobs and make ends meet.
Starting today, Trinace Edwards can get the health care she needs, without forcing her daughter to drop out of school to help pay her medical bills.
A release of visitor records brings the total number of records made public by this White House to over 3.42 million.
In this week’s address, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.
Anxiously wondering when Santa and his sleigh full of toys might arrive in their neighborhood, children from around the country phoned NORAD today for Christmas Eve updates on his whereabouts.
Ten years ago, skyrocketing premiums forced Nancy Beigel to choose between paying rent and paying for health insurance. She dropped her coverage and has been uninsured since then.
In his weekly address, President Obama highlights the bipartisan budget agreement that unwinds some of the cuts that were damaging to the economy and keeps investments in areas that help us grow, and urges both parties to work together to extend emergency unemployment insurance and act on new measures to create jobs and strengthen the middle class.
President Obama answers questions from the press, discusses our economic progress over the last year, and laid out the work ahead for 2014.
In his weekly address, President Obama honors the memory of the 26 innocent children and educators who were taken from us a year ago in Newtown, Connecticut.
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, insurance companies are now prohibited from denying health coverage to children like Lisa's daughter who have pre-existing conditions