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THE ADMINISTRATION * WHITE HOUSE STAFF

WHITE HOUSE STAFF

administration_staff_rahm_emanuel Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel

administration_staff_jim_messina Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina

administration_staff_mona_sutphen Deputy Chief of Staff Mona Sutphen

administration_staff_david_axelrod Senior Adviser David Axelrod

administration_staff_valerie_jarrett Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett

administration_staff_pete_rouse Senior Adviser Pete Rouse

THE ADMINISTRATION

administration_president_obama President Barack Obama

administration_vice_president_biden Vice President Joe Biden

administration_michelle_obama First Lady Michelle Obama

administration_jill_biden Dr. Jill Biden

administration_cabinet The Cabinet

administration_staff White House Staff

administration_eop Executive Office of the President

SENIOR ADVISOR PETE ROUSE

Peter M. Rouse is Senior Advisor to President Barack H. Obama. He was a co-chair of the Obama-Biden Transition Project, a senior adviser to President Obama's campaign, and chief of staff to then-Senator Barack Obama.

Known as the "101st Senator" for his extensive knowledge of Congress, Rouse served as chief of staff to members of the United States Congress for more than thirty years. Before joining President Obama's Senate office in 2004, he was chief of staff to former Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle (D-SD) for 19 years. He also served as chief of staff to then-Rep. Dick Durbin of Illinois (1984-85) and Lt. Governor Terry Miller of Alaska (1979-83).

Rouse received a B.A. from Colby College, an M.A. from the London School of Economics, and an M.P.A. from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

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Original URL: http://whitehouse.gov/administration/staff/pete_rouse/

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