Stephanie Cutter was Assistant to the President and Deputy Senior Advisor. In this role, Cutter advised the President on message and communications. Previously, Cutter served as Assistant to the President for Special Projects, focusing on Administration-wide communications and outreach strategies around priority initiatives including the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the President’s State of the Union Address. She also managed the political and communications strategy around the successful nomination of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
From January to May 2009, Cutter served as Counselor to the Treasury Secretary, helping to guide the strategy behind the development and implementation of the Administration’s Financial Stability Plan. Prior to serving in the Administration, Cutter was the Chief Spokesperson for the Obama-Biden Transition, and served as Michelle Obama’s Chief of Staff during the presidential campaign. Stephanie Cutter is also the founder of the Cutter Media Group, LLC, a strategic communications firm, and served as a senior strategist for Majority Leader Harry Reid, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, and Senator John Kerry. She held several positions in the Clinton Administration, including Deputy Communications Director for the White House. A graduate of Smith College and the Georgetown University Law Center, Cutter has also taught at Harvard University's Institute of Politics and Johns Hopkins University.
A look at the reaction to the new HHS regulation ensuring Americans who like their health care plan can keep it under the reforms of our health care system.
A look at a new survey from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) and how reforms of our health care system will affect costs.
Answering some follow-up questions from the tele-town hall with seniors.
A look at highlights and local coverage of the President's tele-town hall meeting with seniors on the Affordable Care Act.
The distortions keep coming from opponents of the Affordable Care Act on its effects on small business - get the truth.
Debunking another bogus chain email about health reform, this one about your taxes.
A new study from Hewitt Associates finds that 76 percent of eligible companies plan to participate in the early retiree reinsurance program under the Affordable Health Care Act.
Looking at the role of employers in health care under the Affordable Care Act.
An old canard about health reform returns -- the claim that you will not be able to keep your plan. It's still false.
An update on the benefits kicking in from the Affordable Care Act.