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Edward ajaeb

Edward Ajaeb

Office of National Drug Control Policy (joined: April 4, 2017)

Digital Engagement Specialist | $86,460 | Financial Disclosure » | Resume »

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Bio, via Association of Independent Information Professionals:

Edward Ajaeb of Nighthawk Strategies specializes in private investigations, open source research, social media intelligence, and tools for uncovering the most elusive and hard-to-find information. He understands the critical importance of staying ahead of the curve when it comes to emerging technologies and digital tools in order to achieve the highest level of success in an investigation. He has worked for non-profits, government, individuals, law enforcement, and Fortune 500 companies to offer research, investigations, due diligence, security, and intelligence analysis.

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James William Carroll

Office of National Drug Control Policy (joined: Feb. 9, 2018)

Director | Deputy Director | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via The White House:

Mr. Carroll is the Acting Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) in the Executive Office of the President. Prior to joining ONDCP, he served in the Administration of President Trump as Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff at the White House, General Counsel of the Office of Management and Budget, and Deputy Assistant and Senior Counsel to the President. Prior to joining the Trump Administration, Mr. Carroll served as Washington, D.C., Counsel at the Ford Motor Company and as General Counsel of the Ford Motor Company Fund. During the George W. Bush Administration, Mr. Carroll served as Special Assistant and Associate Counsel to the President at the White House, Deputy General Counsel and Acting General Counsel at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and as an attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice.

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William Jordan Eason

Office of National Drug Control Policy (joined: Oct. 10, 2017)

Public Affairs Specialist | $79,720 | Resume »

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Abe E. Goldschmidt

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Chief Strategist | $131,767 | Financial Disclosure » | Resume »

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Abe E. Goldschmidt, a special assistant to the president working in the newly created Office of American Innovation, worked for Trump’s campaign in the fall while simultaneously working as an assistant prosecutor for the Miami-Dade state attorney’s office. He was a White House intern in 2007 and later was a research analyst for Rudy Giuliani’s 2008 presidential run and a confidential assistant for the Department of Homeland Security, according to his LinkedIn profile. Goldschmidt worked for the Miami-Dade state attorney’s office from August 2012 to November 2016 — ProPublica

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Emily Virginia Gribbin

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Program Support Specialist | $58,638

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Daniel Cayetano Bucheli Holguin

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Public Affairs Specialist (Press Secretary) | $94,796 | Resume »

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Emily Mallon departed March 12, 2017Transferred to Homeland Security

Office of National Drug Control Policy (joined: Jan. 20, 2017)

White House Liaison | $79,720 | Financial Disclosure »

David marella

David Marella departed Dec. 31, 2017

Office of National Drug Control Policy (joined: July 3, 2017)

Director | $112,021 | Financial Disclosure » | Resume »

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Bio, via Gibbons Law:

Mr. Marella has extensive experience in representing public and private companies, financial institutions, and governmental agencies in connection with mergers and acquisitions, stock and asset purchase transactions, corporate governance matters, credit facilities, public finance, contract drafting, cross-border transactions, and general corporate matters. In 2017, Mr. Marella received a presidential political appointment to serve in the leadership role of Advisor to the Executive Director of the President’s Commission, serving in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, a component of the Executive Office of the President. In that role, he advised Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, as he chaired the bipartisan President’s Commission on Combatting Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, which pursuant to an executive order was to study the scope and effectiveness of the Federal response to the opioid crisis and to make recommendations to President Donald J. Trump for improving that response. In addressing the historic health crisis, Mr. Marella collaborated with officials from the White House, Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Justice, Department of Labor, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Veterans Affairs, and the National Security Council.

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Tom marino

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Office of National Drug Control Policy

Director | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via The Washington Post:

Tom Marino is a four-term Republican member of the House who represents a district in northeastern Pennsylvania that has been hard-hit by the opioid crisis. He withdrew his name for President Trump's pick for drug czar after reports that legislation he sponsored hindered the Drug Enforcement Administration in its fight against the U.S. opioid crisis.

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Lawrence Lloyd Muir departed Dec. 19, 2017

Office of National Drug Control Policy (joined: July 17, 2017)

General Counsel | $130,000 | Financial Disclosure » | Resume »

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Bio, via LinkedIn:

I served as the General Counsel and Acting Chief of Staff of ONDCP during the first year of the Trump Administration. I worked on a number of initiatives for the White House, including the declaration of the national emergency for the Opioid Epidemic. I oversaw a staff of 65 FTEs and 25 military detailees while also serving as General Counsel.

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Pamela Stevens departed Sept. 25, 2017Transferred to Millennium Challenge Corporation

Office of National Drug Control Policy (joined: June 28, 2017)

Associate Director for External Affairs | $179,700 | Financial disclosure not released because it is incomplete

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Bio, via Millennium Challenge Corporation:

As Vice President for Congressional and Public Affairs, Stevens will lead the department that manages MCC’s relationships with the U.S. Congress, the media, non-governmental organizations, think tanks and other external stakeholders interested in MCC’s mission to reduce poverty through economic growth. Stevens comes to MCC from the House Republican Conference, where she served as the director of media affairs and strategic initiatives. She has served under three U.S. presidents, including as deputy assistant secretary and senior advisor to then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and as White House assistant press secretary and director of television under President George W. Bush. She also served as the head of media affairs for the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to her public service, Stevens brings a wealth of experience in television news to MCC. For more than 10 years, she worked at CNN’s Washington bureau as a senior editorial political producer for several signature news programs, including Wolf Blitzer Reports; Larry King Live; and Evans, Novak, Hunt & Shields. Stevens is a proud alumna of James Madison University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communications. In her free time, she enjoys reading, travel, and spending time with her husband and two children at their home in Virginia.

Emily robin stier

Emily Robin Stier

Office of National Drug Control Policy (joined: Oct. 2, 2017)

Public Affairs Specialist | $79,720 | Resume »

Kayla munro tonnessen

Kayla Munro Tonnessen

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Associate Director (Legislative Affairs) | $131,767 | Resume »

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Taylor P. Weyeneth departed Jan. 31, 2018

Office of National Drug Control Policy (joined: March 13, 2017)

White House Liaison | Deputy Chief of Staff | $79,720 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via The Washington Post:

In May 2016, Taylor Weyeneth was an undergraduate at St. John’s University in New York, a legal studies student and fraternity member who organized a golf tournament and other events to raise money for veterans and their families. Less than a year later, at 23, Weyeneth, was a political appointee and rising star at the Office of National Drug Control Policy, the White House office responsible for coordinating the federal government’s multibillion dollar anti-drug initiatives and supporting President Trump’s efforts to curb the opioid epidemic. Weyeneth would soon become deputy chief of staff.

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