SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT AND DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
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Gabe Amo is the Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs where he serves as President Biden’s primary liaison to local elected officials. Previously, he worked on the Biden-Harris transition team and on the Biden-Harris presidential campaign as the National States Strategy and Program Advisor. Earlier in his career, he was the Senior Advisor for then-Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo’s re-election campaign and worked in the Office of the Governor as Director of Public Engagement and Community Affairs. During the Obama-Biden Administration, Amo worked in the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs as a liaison to Governors and state elected officials, and on the Obama-Biden re-election campaign as National Political Coordinator. A native of Rhode Island, he graduated from Wheaton College in Massachusetts, Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude, where he earned a Truman Scholarship. He also studied at the University of Oxford as a Marshall Scholar.