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Jews in the Biden Administration

Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on January 20, 2021.

Ron Klain Chief of Staff
Janet Yellin Secretary of Treasury
Alejandro Mayorkas Secretary of Homeland Security
Tony Blinken Secretary of State
Merrick Brian Garland Attorney General

Jared Bernstein

Council of Economic Advisers
Rochelle Walensky Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Wendy Sherman Deputy Secretary of State
Anne Neuberger Deputy National Security Adviser for Cybersecurity
Jeffrey Zients COVID-19 Response Coordinator

David Kessler

Co-chair of the COVID-19 Advisory Board and Head of Operation Warp Speed

David Cohen CIA Deputy Director 
Rachel Levine Deputy Health Secretary
Jennifer Klein Co-chair Council on Gender Policy
Jessica Rosenworcel Chair of the Federal Communications Commission
Stephanie Pollack Deputy Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration
Polly Trottenberg Deputy Secretary of Transportation
Mira Resnick State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for Regional Security
Roberta Jacobson National Security Council “border czar”
Gary Gensler Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman*
Genine Macks Fidler  National Council on the Humanities
Chanan Weissman Director for Technology and Democracy at National Security Council
Thomas Nides U.S. Ambassador to Israel [to be confirmed]
Eric Garcetti U.S. Ambassador to India [to be confirmed]
David Cohen U.S. Ambassador to Canada [to be confirmed]
Mark Gitenstein U.S. Ambassador to the European Union [to be confirmed]
Deborah Lipstadt Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism [to be confirmed]
Jonathan Kaplan U.S. Ambassador to Singapore [to be confirmed]
Sharon Kleinbaum Commissioner of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom

*Nominated by Biden but serves a five-year term and not technically a member of the administration.