Reema Dodin is a well-known politician who has been currently serving as the Deputy Chief of Staff to the Democratic Whip, Senator Richard Durbin. Previously, she had been serving as the Floor Director under him and it has already been more than 9 years since she has been serving for Senator Richard. Apart from that, she has been currently providing her services as one of the volunteers for the Biden-Harris Transition Team.
|Profession||Politician, Lawyer, Author|
|Education||University of California, Berkeley, University of Illinois College of Law|
Very recently, Reema Dodin was announced to be the new Deputy Director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs and will be working alongside Shuwanza Goff. According to J Post, she is the first-ever Palestinian-American to be serving for American office. To find out more interesting facts about this amazing lady, you can check the 10 facts given below.
10 Facts on Reema Dodin
Reema Dodin’s family life has not yet been updated and thus, we remain absolutely clueless regarding her husband and children.
Since we remain unknown about her date of birth, we have no idea how old she really is.
According to Reema Dodin’s bio on LinkedIn, she had kicked off her professional career as a Research Director under Senator Richard Durbin.
Then, she went on to serve as the Floor Counsel for the Office of the Assistant Majority Leader, Senator Richard Durbin.
Moreover, she can be found active on Twitter with 1.7 thousand followers but her account remains private currently.
Moving on to Reema Dodin’s background, she was actually born in the USA but as we mentioned earlier, she is actually a Palestinian-American.
Speaking about her education, she had completed her BA degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
Later, she attended the University of Illinois College of Law where she received her JD degree.
Also, Reema is an author who is well-known for her published book entitled Inside Congress: A Guide for Navigating the Politics of the House and Senate Floors.
Talking about her parents, they are Jordanian-Palestinian who had immigrated to the USA.