Indian-American Sabrina Singh appointed as White House Deputy Press Secretary

Indian-American Sabrina Singh has been appointed as the White House Deputy Press Secretary in the upcoming Joe Biden administration in the US as announced by the Biden-Harris Transition.

Sabrina Singh was the Press Secretary to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris during the Biden-Harris campaign.


According to a statement by Biden-Harris transition team, the appointments demonstrate that the president and vice president-elect are building an administration that “looks like America and is ready to deliver results for the American people on day one.”

Previously, Sabrina Singh served as Senior Spokesperson for Mike Bloomberg’s presidential campaign and National Press Secretary for Cory Booker’s presidential campaign.

She also served as Deputy Communications Director for the Democratic National Committee, Spokesperson for American Bridge’s Trump War Room and Regional Communications Director on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

She has worked at various Democratic committees and also as Communications Director for Rep. Jan Schakowsky, at SKDKnickerbocker.

Additional members of the White House staff were announced on Friday. Prominent among them being Yael Belkind, Assistant to the Chief of Staff to the Vice President; Vincent Evans as Deputy Director of the Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs; Michael Fuchs as Deputy Chief of Staff; Kate Childs Graham as Director of Speech Writing and Dr Ike Irby as Policy Advisor to the Vice President.