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.
For the FY 2016 budget, we're releasing all of the budget data in an easy, machine-readable format on GitHub, a website for hosting open-source projects.
Check out the numbers behind our Enhanced 2015 State of the Union.
We're putting out a whole new stream of supporting material for the State of the Union at WH.gov/SOTU. We’re calling it our “river of content." Check it out!
President Obama gives remarks at the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial dedication.
Yesterday, true to tradition, the President and First Lady celebrated the Fourth of July by hosting military heroes and their families for an Independence Day celebration with a barbecue, concert, and a view of fireworks on the South Lawn.
President Obama welcomes 25 service members to the White House on the 4th of July for a naturalization ceremony.
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.
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.