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.
President Obama announces several new steps that will create jobs and help generate more clean energy, waste less energy overall, and leave our kids and grandkids a cleaner, safer planet in the process.
In this week’s address, the President highlights small business owners across the country acting to raise wages for their workers, and calls on Congress to give America a raise so more hard-working Americans have the opportunity to get ahead.
Today's record release brings the total number of records made public by this White House to more than 3.61 million.
President Obama visits the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo and delivers remarks at an event for youth in science.
President Obama visits Oso, Washington to tour damage from last month’s mudslide there.
Here are some great tools to help you do your part throughout the year by saving energy and increasing energy efficiency at home and on the road.
President Obama observes a moment of silence to mark the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.
The President underscores the importance of ensuring equal pay for equal work and highlights the steps his Administration has taken to expand opportunity and narrow the pay gap that exists between men and women.
President Obama announces that Sylvia Mathews Burwell, the current director of the Office of Management and Budget would follow Kathleen Sebelius as Secretary of Health and Human Services.
Fifty years after President Lyndon Baines Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into law, President Obama speaks at the LBJ Presidential Library to honor the work and legacy of our nation’s 36th president.