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Contacts for Members of the Media

If you are not a member of the media, please contact the Office of Business Affairs and Public Liaison at (202) 622-2970.
Media inquiries may be directed to the Press Office at (202) 622-2960.

Acting Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs

Victoria Esser

Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary, Public Affairs
(Domestic Finance; Treasury Management)

Casey Hernandez​

Deputy Assistant Secretary, Public Affairs

(Tax and Budget; Economic Policy; International Affairs; Illicit Finance and Enforcement)


Victoria Esser

Senior Advisor Public Affairs​

Casey Hernandez​
(Illicit Finance, Sanctions and Enforcement (TFI and OFAC))

​Hagar Chemali
(Tax and Budget, Economic Policy)

Erin Donar
(Dodd-Frank Implementation, Office of the Treasurer)

​Suzanne Elio
(Housing Finance; the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP); Treasury Management​)


Adam Hodge

(Financial Institutions; Fiscal Service; State & Local Finance; Emergency Preparedness)


Daniel Watson
(​Making Home Affordable, Hardest Hit Fund, and related housing inquiries under the Office of Financial Stability)

Maya Newman

(International Affairs)


Whitney Smith​

Media Affairs Specialist and Spokesperson, Domestic Finance
(Treasury Management; Small Business Programs; CDFI; Office of Financial Education and Financial Access)


Dan Cruz

​Media Affairs Specialist
(Tax and Budget; Economic Policy; International Affairs; Illicit Finance and Enforcement)

​Betsy Bourassa​
​New Media Specialist
(Online Media, Blogs, Digital Strategy, Online Engagement)

Press Assistant 
(Interview Requests for Secretary Lew)

Stephanie Ma                                   


Press Assistant  Sarah Logan​

Public Information Coordinator 
(Requests for Treasury Press Passes, Media Requests for Clearance into Treasury)


Ronda Buckmon​

Last Updated: 3/18/2015 11:20 AM

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