Nathaniel Lubin previously served as Digital Director for the Presidential Inaugural Committee, overseeing digital communications and outreach for 2013 inaugural events and the National Day of Service. Prior to the PIC, he served as Director of Digital Marketing for Obama for America and was responsible for all paid advertising. In that capacity, he quarterbacked the largest paid digital fundraising, persuasion, and field programs yet run in politics: in total, a budget of more than $112 million. Nathaniel also worked on President Obama's 2008 campaign, focusing on email marketing. He subsequently helped launch Bully Pulpit Interactive, where he oversaw political accounts including the Democratic National Committee and non-profits including the USO. Originally from New York, Lubin is an honors graduate from Harvard University.
Nathaniel Lubin's Posts
- February 6, 2014 at 4:19 PM EST
This year, the White House ventured to make the President's State of the Union address more interactive and engaging than ever before. Here's a look at some of the numbers behind SOTU 2014.
- January 27, 2014 at 1:47 PM EST
For the 2014 State of the Union, the White House is rolling out a series of new online features designed to improve accessibility and interactivity.
- October 15, 2013 at 3:57 PM EST
President Obama presented the Medal of Honor to U.S. Army Captain William Swenson.
- October 15, 2013 at 2:55 PM EST
On Monday, the President traveled to Martha’s Table, a local food pantry, to thank the many furloughed federal employees who have spent time during the government shutdown volunteering for charities and non-profits. While there, he joined volunteers and helped prepare food for the pantry and called on Congress to set aside their partisan demands and let these furloughed employees return to work.
- October 12, 2013 at 5:00 AM EST
In this week’s address, President Obama discussed his meetings with members of Congress of both parties and the ongoing effort to reopen the government and remove the danger of default from our economy. The President urged Congress to pass a budget, put people back to work, and end this shutdown. In his message, the President also called for paying our bills, and preventing an economic shutdown.
- October 10, 2013 at 11:00 PM EST
This week, the President continued to call for the House to reopen the government -- by passing a continuing resolution -- and avoid an economic shutdown, by raising the debt limit. That's October 4th to October 10th or "The Shutdown Edition: Week Two."
- October 10, 2013 at 11:44 AM EST
Some Republicans have made questionable assertions about the dangers surrounding a failure to pay our bills and prevent a default. Check out the contrast between those statements and financial experts.
- October 9, 2013 at 5:15 PM EST
Today, President Obama nominated Dr. Janet Yellen to succeed Ben Bernanke as Chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve. Dr. Yellen has served in leadership positions at the Fed for more than a decade, including the last three years as Vice Chair and she is also a former Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers.
- October 8, 2013 at 6:15 PM EST
Earlier today, President Obama issued a statement and answered questions asked by the press in the Brady Briefing Room. The President explained the need for Congress to reopen the government and prevent a default that would cause an economic shutdown. And he reiterated that while he is willing to negotiate on the budget or matters of policy like Obamacare, he will not allow members of the House of Representatives to hold the economy hostage.
- October 7, 2013 at 4:50 PM EST
On Monday, President Obama met with FEMA officials at the National Response Coordinating Center, where he thanked them for their dedicated service during the shutdown in light of the arrival of Tropical Storm Karen and other potential natural disasters. The President repeated his call for Congress to pass a continuing resolution to reopen the government and to raise the debt limit. The President noted that about 86% of FEMA employees are currently furloughed