Department of Education announces more appointed by Biden-Harris February 3, 2021 Contact: Press office, (202) 401-1576,
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    Washington, today, the US Department of Education UU announced to the most political appointments that will lead several Parts of the Agency. These diverse and achieved persons will take a large amount of knowledge and experience to the agency, and will work to quickly promote key education priorities for Biden-Harris administration.

    Joanna Darcus, Senior Lawyer, Office of the General Council

    Joanna Darcus was more recently a staff attorney at the National Consumer Law Center, where he spent litigation of consumer protection And he was a member of the student loan attendance project, focusing on the problems of financing higher education faced by low-income people and color communities. Before that, she Joanna was a lawyer for the legal services of the Philadelphia community, where she represented hundreds of low-income consumers defendant by debt collectors or struggling with student loans.

    William Desmond, Senior Advisor, Office of General Lawyer

    William Desmond served as a lawyer at the Biden-Harris Transition General Council office. Before that, he worked as a Senior Associate in Washington, D.C., Wilmerhale Office, an international law firm. While attending the Law School, he entered the Unit of Economic Crimes of the United States Prosecutor's Office for the District of Massachusetts and in the Educational Opportunities Section of the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice .

    Michelle Asha Cooper, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Postsecondary Education Office (will serve as Secretary of Assistant Assistant)

    Michelle Asha Cooper, Ph.D., is a strategic and collaborative leader with More than 20 years of experience in postsecondary education. Through her work and her experienced experience, Michelle has witnessed the transforming power of education first-hand. Michelle has occupied key roles and leadership positions at the Higher Education Policy Institute, Student Financial Assistance Advisory Committee (US Department of Education (UU), council of independent schools, association of American colleges and universities, And King's College (Wilkes-Barre, PA).

    Julie Margetta Morgan, Senior Advisor, Bass Secretary Office>

    Julie Margetta Morgan served more recently in the transition from Biden-Harris as a member of the Covid-19 response team. Before joining the transition, he worked in a variety of economic and national policies, including Vice President of Research at the Roosevelt Institute, Domestic Policy Advisor for Warren for the President, and co-founder and Executive Director of the Great Initiative of democracy. She has more than a decade of experience in the supervision of student loans, regulation and policy development, including serving as a higher education adviser for Senator Elizabeth Warren.

    Melanie Muerenzer, Chief of Staff, Office of the Secretary of Low

    Melanie Munezer worked more recently as Associate Vice President and Vice President for Academic Initiatives at the University of Oregon. She was also an elected member of the Board of Education for Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon. She previously worked in the United States Department of Education of 2009-2015 under the Administration of Obama as a White House Liaison, Chief of Staff in the Policy Office and Deputy Undersecretary of Higher Education Policy. Before the work of it in the Department of Education, she worked in the 2008 campaign of President Obama and the presidential transition team of Him.

    Ramin Teheri, Chief of Staff, Civil Rights Office

    Ramin Taheri returns to the Civil Rights Office of the Department, where he was a leading lawyer between 2010 and 2014. He recently directed The Washington, DC, chapter of Democrats for educational reform and was previously

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