President-elect Joe Biden stated during his campaign that he would assemble a diverse staff in his administration. After picking a Black woman as his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, and winning the election, he then included two more Black women in his administration: Linda Thomas-Greenfield as the US ambassador to the United Nations and Cecilia Rouse to lead the Council of Economic Advisors.
As he is filling roles, he is keeping his word by having an already diverse staff before he takes office. However, some people say the next president must do more.
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