Within 50 days of his inauguration, Biden He has appointed at least 55 Indians to key leadership positions in his administration, from speech writer to speech writer NASAIn every section of the government.
Biden said in an imaginary conversation with NASA scientists involved in the landing of Persistence on Mars.
American Indian Scientist Swati Mohan is leading the NASA Mars 2020 mission to guide, navigate and control operations.
Biden, who became the 46th President of the United States on January 20, made history by appointing at least 55 Indians to key positions in his government.
This includes incumbent Vice President Kamala Harris and Nira Tandin, who withdrew her candidacy as director of the White House Management and Budget Office.
Nearly half of them are women and many of them work in the White House. So far, the Obama and Biden administration (2009-2017) has distinguished itself by naming the largest number of American Indians in any administration, and the previous administration of Donald Trump had the distinction of being the first Indian American to hold a ministerial post. Was appointed. And within the National Security Council.
The Biden administration was the first to employ such large American Indians in the first 50 days of its administration. Last week, Dr. Vivek Murthy testified before the Senate Committee on Surgeons, and Vanitha Gupta appeared in support of the Attorney General in the Judiciary at her hearing.
“It is interesting to see how many American Indians are ready to enter the public service. There have been many additions since we introduced the list of Heads of Government on President’s Day last month. .I.
While the community is frustrated that Tantin had to withdraw her candidacy due to fierce opposition from Republicans, Native American women have reached a new position in the Biden administration. Biden contacted Swati Mohan, head of control and regulatory operations in March 2020. Although he was not politically appointed.
Among Native American women named Fiden, Ezra Zia, Secretary of State for Civil Defense, Democracy and Human Rights, State Department; Mala Adiga: Dr. Policy Director Dr. Jill Biden; Ayesha Shah: Joint Manager, White House Office of Digital Strategy; Samira Fadel, Deputy Director of the US National Economic Council; Somona Juha: Senior Director for South Asia at the White House National Security Council; Sabrina Singh is Deputy Secretary of State and Vice President of the White House.
Tania Das appointed Commander-in-Chief, Office of Science, Department of Energy; Shoshi Talati: Commander-in-Chief, Fossil Energy Bureau, Ministry of Energy; Minnie Timrajo: Senior Adviser to the Director of the Office of Personnel Management; Sohani Chatterjee: Senior Adviser to the US Mission to the United Nations, Aditi Kurur: Political Adviser, US Mission to the United Nations; Pavya Lal is the Acting President of NASA.
Dimple Chaudhry has been appointed Deputy General Adviser to the Environmental Protection Agency, National Resource Protection Programs; Charmista Das is the Deputy Legal Adviser to the Ministry of Homeland Security; Ruchi Jain Deputy Legal Adviser General of the Ministry of Home Affairs; Mira Joshi Executive Director, Federal Ministry of Car Transport, Ministry of Transport; Aruna Kalyanam is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Taxation and Budget of the Ministry of Finance.
“We are pleased that this government is inviting unprecedented South Asian citizenship and reflecting the diversity of the United States. Diwan P.T.I.
Kuttam Raghavan, Assistant Director, Office of Presidential Affairs; Bharat Ramamurthy is the Deputy Director of the National Economic Council. Darren Chabra, Senior Director of Technology and National Security at the White House of the National Security Council; Among the many American Indians who held key positions in the Biden administration, Vedant Patel was the White House press secretary.