Erin Lindsay served as the Deputy Director of Online Engagement in the Office of Digital Strategy. Prior to joining the White House in March of 2011, she was the Online Marketing Manager at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. Previously, she held positions at Vocus, Inc., and the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston. A native of Westborough, Massachusetts, Erin received her BA in Economics and History from Tufts University.
Join us for a national "Show and Tell" with schools across the country to demonstrate the importance technology in education.
In the days following the State of the Union Address, Administration officials will take questions on key issue areas addressed in the President's speech submitted by the public on social media during an "Open for Questions" marathon.
Watch the full video from a Google+ Hangout with Director of the Domestic Policy Council, Cecilia Muñoz on immigration reform.
On Thursday, January 31 at 1:00 p.m. ET, Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council Cecilia Muñoz will join the latest "Fireside Hangout" for a conversation about immigration reform.
From @VP Biden to Let's Move!, college affordability with Education Secretary @ArneDuncan to the Affordable Care Act, Office Hours gave Administration officials a chance to interact with Americans on important policy issues in 2012.
Every year on this day, the world comes together to stand with people affected by HIV/AIDS, to remember those we have lost and to renew our commitment to ending the pandemic once and for all.
On November 30th at 3:00 p.m. ET join us for a special session of White House Office Hours with Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett and Gayle Smith, Senior Director, National Security Council in honor of World AIDS Day 2012.
Tomorrow, November 29th at 1:00 pm ET, Brian Deese will join us for a special session of Office Hours on Twitter to answer your questions about the importance of extending the middle-class tax cuts.
On Wednesday, President Obama will "pardon" the 2012 National Thanksgiving Turkey and this year, for the first time, the American public will decide.