Julie Chavez Rodriguez is a human activist and a former member of the President Obama staff in the White House. She is also one of the staff members named in President-Elect Biden’s White House.
She served in the Obama White House for all 8 years of his term in office, she has since joined then-VP and now President-Elect Joe Biden. She is also the granddaughter of labor icon Cesar Chavez.
|Name||Julie Chavez Rodriguez|
|Profession||Director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (designated)|
|Parents||Linda Chavez Rodriguez and Arturo Rodriguez|
|Net Worth||$100,000 to $1 million|
|Education||University of California, Berkeley,|
10 Facts About Julie Chavez Rodriguez
Julie Chavez Rodriguez’s Wikipedia page is not updated as of now but you can read all about her in this article with the facts below.
Chavez was born in 1979 and is around 41 years old as of November 2020.
Who is Julie Chavez Rodriguez married to? There is no information about her husband or relationships in the media, she has chosen to keep the details of her love life under wraps.
Information about her net worth is also unavailable in the media, her estimated fortune is in the range of $100,000 to $1 million.
The upcoming Biden White House staffer has a background in political activism and civil rights. She has also done a lot of work as a Latino outreach expert and a specialist in outreach programs for minorities.
In addition to this, she is also from a family of activists, her grandfather is Cesar Chávez, the civil rights activist and labor leader.
She has been chosen by President-elect Joe Biden as the Director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, she will assume office in January 2021.
During the Obama administration, she was the United States Secretary of the Interior, later she was also appointed to the White House Office of Public Engagement office.
She has been touted to mend the immigration ties between Latin majority countries and the USA.
Rodriguez is also one of the 3 Latinos who have been appointed by Biden.