In May of 2009, Kori Schulman joined the new media team at the White House, now known as the Office of Digital Strategy. Prior to this role, Kori was a graphic designer for President Obama’s 2008 Presidential Campaign based in Chicago and the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Committee in Washington, DC. Before coming to the White House, she worked on the book Designing Obama, a chronicle of art from the 2008 campaign.
Born and raised in Chicago, Kori concentrated in American Studies at Brown University and studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins.
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President Obama said that Congress cannot go home without preventing a tax increase on 160 million hardworking Americans, and the deal announced tonight meets that test.
Brad Cooper, Executive Director of Joining Forces, answers your questions about the First Lady's initiative to support military families, job creating measures for veterans and resources like the Veterans Jobs Bank.
Brad Cooper, Executive Director of Joining Forces, answers your questions on Twitter about the initiative and how you can support our nation's veterans and their families.
Twitter followers from all around the country visit the White House for a special holiday tweetup.
Chief Technology Office Aneesh Chopra asks entrepreneurs and the broader public how to accelerate entrepreneurial innovation in three priority industries: healthcare, clean energy and education.
Watch the President’s economy speech live, then share a video response through YouTube. We’ll highlight some of your responses in the coming days and weeks.
Join a question and answer session on Twitter about new initiatives to put veterans back to work.
Join the White House and Mother Nature Network for a live panel discussion at 12:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, November 1st. Administration officials will answer questions submitted by the public on clean power, energy security, green fleets and more.
Deputy Director of Domestic Policy Council answers your questions about the steps President Obama is taking to make college more affordable and make it even easier for students to repay their federal student loans.
Mark Zuckerman, Deputy Director of Domestic Policy Council, answers your questions on steps that will make college more affordable on Twitter.