Another former aide to Cory Booker is headed to the White House.
Sabrina Singh, who served as national press secretary for Booker’s presidential campaign, will serve as deputy press secretary to the Vice President, the Biden/Harris transition team announced today.
Singh served as Kamala Harris’ spokesperson during the general election.
President-elect Joe Biden has already named two top Booker staffers to positions on the senior White House staff.
Louisa Terrell, a former Booker chief of staff, will serve as director of the Office of Legislative Affairs.
Chris Slevin, who began his political career working for then-West Orange Mayor John McKeon in 2000 and later served as Booker’s legislative director from 2014 to 2018, will be Biden’s deputy director legislative affairs.
Singh has worked for the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and as communications director for Katie McGinty’s Senate race in Pennsylvania. Between Booker and Harris, Singh was also a senior spokesperson for Mike Bloomberg’s presidential bid.
“Sabrina Singh’s new role as deputy press Secretary to Vice President Harris, in addition to Booker alums Louisa Terrell and Chris Slevin’s new White House role is a testament to the talent that Senator Booker developed within his office,” said Mo Butler, a top political advisor to Booker.