Brian Christopher Deese is an American economic and political advisor know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education, Salary and Political Party.
|Name||Brian Christopher Deese|
|Birthdate||17 February 1978|
|Age (as of 2021)||43 Years|
|Height||In Centimeters– 182 cm and In feet inches – 6’ 0”|
|Place of Birth||Belmont, Massachusetts, United States|
|Spouse/Partner||Kara Arsenault (m. 2017)|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Education||Middlebury College, Yale University, Yale Law School|
|Profession||Economic and Political Advisor|
|Political Party||Democratic Party|
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Last Update||Nonember 2022|
Brian Christopher Deese is an American economic and political advisor who is the 13th Director of the National Economic Council, serving under President Joe Biden. Deese served as the deputy director and acting director of the Office of Management and Budget. Deese also served as deputy director of the National Economic Council.Deese served as the Global Head of Sustainable Investing at BlackRock.
Brian Deese Family and Parents
Deese was born in Belmont, Massachusetts. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in international politics and economics from Middlebury College in 2000 and a Juris Doctor from Yale Law School in 2009.In 2002, Deese was named a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship, though he was not ultimately selected.
Brian Deese Wife and Children
Brian Deese is married to Kara Arsenault in 2017.Both the husband and wife attended the same high school, so we can infer that they met and fell in love right away. However, it doesn’t appear that the pair has yet to conceive a child.
Brian Deese Net Worth
Brian Christopher Deese is an American economic and political advisor has an estimated Net Worth around $4 Million in 2022.During this time his salary was at least $2.3 million, with the possibility that through BlackRock’s restricted stock plan, Deese could have made an additional $2.4 million.
Deese worked as a junior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and as a research assistant at the Center for Global Development,hired by founder Nancy Birdsall, according to The New York Times, where he co-authored the book Delivering on Debt Relief. Later he worked as a senior policy analyst for economic policy at the Center for American Progress, under Gene Sperling.
After the Center for American Progress, Deese joined Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign as her economic policy director. After Clinton was defeated in the primaries, Deese went to work as an economic advisor to the Barack Obama 2008 presidential campaign.Following the 2008 presidential election, he served as a member of the Economic Policy Working Group for the presidential transition.
At the start of the Obama presidency, Deese was appointed as a special assistant to the president for economic policy, serving in the National Economic Council (NEC). According to The New York Times, he emerged as “one of the most influential voices” on the auto industry, and specifically the Chrysler and GM bailout. Deese argued against the government letting Chrysler liquidate based on a concern around the impact on industrial communities across the mid-west.
Deese was named deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget in summer 2013. He briefly served as the acting director in summer 2014, between the departure of Sylvia Mathews Burwell and the appointment of Shaun Donovan.Following the departure of John Podesta, Deese took over his brief on climate and energy. Unlike Podesta, who served as Counselor to the President, Deese was promoted to the position of Senior Advisor to the President.
In February 2016, the President tapped Deese to oversee the Supreme Court nomination process, which led to the President’s nomination of Chief Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court on March 16, 2016.As Global Head of Sustainable Investing, Deese led BlackRock’s Sustainable Investing Team which “is focused on identifying drivers of long-term return associated with environmental, social and governance issues.”