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A Rookie Brings Her Skills to the “Super Bowl” of Social Planning

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South façade of the White House, the executive mansion of the President of the United States, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The latest scuttle bug in Washington is all about the hectic week the President’s Social Planning team has, and more specifically the brand new Social Secretary.  According to The New York Times, Deesha Dyers, a 38-year-old former White House intern, was recently promoted to this position by The First Lady.

Ms. Dyers has quite the list of event’s happening just this week!  On Wednesday, The White House will be hosting Pope Francis.  On Thursday,  the President of China will be visiting the white house.  The next day, there will be a state dinner in honor of the Chinese President.  To top it all off, The President will be hosting a United Nations event in New York on Saturday.  Talk about the Super Bowl of event organizing!


However, many past employers of Ms. Dyers have said they are very confident in her abilities to manage this hectic week.

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