Karine Jean-Pierre, the press secretary for the White House, will speak at Rice University’s commencement in the spring of 2023.
The institution praised Jean-“pioneering Pierre’s voice” in a press release announcing her as the speaker, calling her the first Black, homosexual, and immigrant woman to hold the position of White House press secretary and the daughter of Haitian immigrants.
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In a letter to the Rice community that was included in the release, Rice University President Reginald DesRoches remarked, “Like many of you, Karine has broken boundaries to get where she is today.” This aspect of her narrative particularly appealed to me and the student committee members who suggested her be this year’s commencement speaker.
Jean-speech Pierre’s would be “inspiring, contemporary, and honest,” according to DesRoches.
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Jean-speech, Pierre’s according to DesRoches, would be “inspiring, contemporary, and honest.”
Jean-speech, Pierre’s according to DesRoches, would be “inspiring, contemporary, and honest.” Picture by Alex Brandon for AP
The press release continued by outlining Jean-experience Pierre’s working on the political campaigns and in the administrations of former Presidents Joe Biden and Barack Obama, as well as her work as an analyst for NBC and MSNBC and as the head of public affairs for the left-wing advocacy organization MoveOn.org.
Additionally, it highlighted her Columbia University degree as well as her employment with the American Civil Liberties Union and the New York City Council.