Jennie Fay served for five years in the Obama White House as Special Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of White House Personnel. Working primarily on the process and operations of the White House staffing structure, Jennie also had the opportunity to contribute to White House policies pertaining to work-life balance and other effective workplace policies. She also served as one of the primary staffers on the White House transition process in 2017.
Prior to the White House, Jennie was the Legislative Director for Senator Steven Tolman at the Massachusetts State House. She began her career on Capitol Hill working on Senator Ted Kennedy’s Senate Health, Education and Pensions Committee.
Jennie holds an undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Arizona and a Masters in Public Administration from The George Washington University.