GSA names deputy chief of staff

Kimberly Douglass, a former director of the White House Management Office, will serve as deputy chief of staff for Administrator Lurita Doan at the General Services Administration, the agency announced today.

Douglass worked for five years with the Management Office, where she served most recently as director. She oversaw the daily operations and logistical support services for the White House staff. She also managed its budget and additional appropriated funds in the Executive Office of the President.

“Her work at the White House has made her a standout in the Bush administration, and I look forward to her joining my staff,” Doan said.

Previously, Douglass worked in Philadelphia at Greater Philadelphia First, a civic and business leadership organization of chief executives.

Douglass holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Villanova University.

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