Under deep influence of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, who likes to call herself a feminist, White House is going to have an army of females in senior administration roles.
Kamala Harris is a woman of color and first South Asian American to hold such an important position in the United States, which is contemporarily regarded as the most powerful country on the face of the earth.
She has named Tina Flournoy as her chief of staff. Flournoy has served at the same post with former president Bill Clinton.
“Her deep experience, public policy expertise, and accomplished career in public service make her uniquely qualified for this important position,” said Harris in a comment.
She appointed Nancy McEldowney, an ex-ambassador of the United States, as her national security adviser, while Rohini Kosoglu, who ran election campaign for her, will serve as her domestic policy adviser.
These three appointments were made after Ashley Etienne was already appointed as her communications director and Symone Sanders was appointed as her senior adviser and chief spokesperson.
President-elect Joe Biden few days ago announced that he would have an all-female senior communications team, led by White House communications director Kate Bedingfield and press secretary Jen Psaki.