Kamala Harris picks all-female slate of senior staff

NEW DELHI: For the first time, the top three positions in the office of the vice president will be held by women — and all serving under the first woman to hold the office.
Vice-president-elect Kamala Harris announced her top aides on Thursday, including Tina Flournoy as chief of staff. Flournoy is former President Bill Clinton’s chief of staff.
Rohini Kosoglu will serve as domestic policy adviser to the vice-president. Kosoglu currently is a senior adviser to Harris. She was the first South Asian-American woman to serve as chief of staff in the US Senate, having worked for Harris’s Senate office as well for her primary presidential campaign. Nancy McEldowney, the former US ambassador to Bulgaria, will serve as Harris’s national security adviser.

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