President-elect presented his White House communications team

President-elect Joe Biden. Photo: Courtesy.
Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

Biden says he's confident in delegating the women's team to unite the American people with the White House.

The president-elect announced the communications team for the White House and said that for the first time in history it will be made up of only women, including a Latina born in Florida and raised in Guatemala..

Jennifer Psaki is the future spokesperson for the White House, worked in the Barack Obama administration in both terms of the 2009-2017.

Elizabeth E. Alexander who has been a campaign advisor to the president-elect, today she will be in charge of First Lady Jill Biden's communications team.

Kate Bedinggfield, Karine Jean-Pierre, Ashley Etienne and Symone Sanders were chosen as Communications Directors, they will also represent Vice President Harris and serve in the White House.

Jen Psaki becomes part of the group, was appointed by Biden, Like most of her colleagues, she worked with former President Barack Obama.

Pili Tobar,  was director of communications for coalitions on the Biden campaign, will be deputy director of communications for the White House.

Tobar, the only Latina with Guatemalan roots, most recently she was deputy director for America’s Voice, where he defended the rights of immigrants, and was also responsible for Hispanic Media for the leader of the Senate Democratic minority, Chuck Schumer, among others.