Declaration of Cardona Secretary at the Nomination of President Biden of Catherine Lhamon May 13, 2021 Contact: Press office, (202) 401-1576, Press@ed.gov
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    The Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, issued today the following statement on President Biden's intention to nominate Catherine Lhamon for the Assistant Secretary of the Civil Rights Office in the US Department of Education. UU:

    "I am delighted that President Biden is Nominando Catherine Lhamon will serve as assistant secretary of the Civil Rights Office in the US Department of Education. UU .. Catherine has dedicated her career to ensure that equity is in the nucleus of all her work. She has a strong history of struggles for communities of color and unattended . The communities, whether the current deputy director of the Domestic Political Council, the former president of the Civil Rights Commission of the United States, or as a civil rights educator at Georgetown University. We are delighted that Catherine served as an assistant secretary of civil rights and we know will continue to fight for equity, equity and justice for all American students. "

    About Catherine Lhamon

    Catherine Lhamon EN D Eputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of the Domestic Policy Council for Justice and Racial Equity, where he administers the President's capital policy portfolio. Until January 2021, he presided over the United States Civil Rights Commission , to which President Obama was appointed her in 2016, and served as Secretary of Legal Affairs to the Governor of California Gavin Newsom. Before, Lhamon was Undersecretary of Civil Rights in the Department of Education, to which President Obama joked and The Senate confirmed it in 2013. Lhamon has also litigated cases of civil rights at the National Center for Youth Law, and the Law Center of the Public Council and the Foundation ACLU of Southern California. Lhamon taught the Federal Civil Rights Appeals at the University of Georgetown Law Center in the Appeal Litigation Program and the SOLEGIATED for Honorable William A. Norris in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Born in Virginia and servant in California, Lhamon graduated from the Law School of Amherst College and Yale. Lhamon and her husband and two daughters are in transition between California and Maryland.

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