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Gamechanger

4:11pm February 11, 2013

Michael Blake

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Name:  Michael Blake

Title:  Deputy Associate Director

Organization:  White House’s Office of   Intergovernmental Affairs.

What Makes This Person a Game Changer:  In 2009 at just 26 years old, Bronx, New York native Michael Blake became the first Deputy Associate Director of the White House’s Office of   Intergovernmental Affairs. In his position, Blake coordinates outreach to the minority, African American, business leader community. Several notable publications have named Blake as one of the most influential staffers in the White House today. Prior to working for the first term of the Obama Administration, Blake Michigan Speaker of the House Andy Dillon’s cabinet as the director of external affairs for the Michigan House of Representatives. He also an alumnus of the Washington, DC –based Yes We Can program and has worked as an Associate Producer for Comcast Sportsnet Chicago. Blake is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism from Northwestern University.

 



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E.R. Barnette
E.R. Barnette
Prior to joining Politic365, E.R. Barnette spent nine years with Procter & Gamble. Barnette has a rich, diverse background in sales analytics as well as merchandising & marketing of Fortune 500 brands. Barnette has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill in Communications/Media Production. The ideas and opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author, and have complete editorial independence from any Politic365 partners, sponsors, or advertisers. For additional information about Politic365, please visit http://politic365.com/about/.




 
 

 
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