THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
TERZANO TO BE DEPUTY PRESS SECRETARY
President Clinton announced today that he has appointed Ginny Terzano to be Special Assistant to the President and Deputy White House Press Secretary. The appointment is effective January 1.
"The perspective that comes with Ginny's experience in the media and as a spokeswoman will make her a strong addition to our communications team," said the President. "I look forward to her joining us here at the White House."
White House Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers said that, "Ginny Terzano has established herself as one of the best in the business. I'm excited about her joining our staff."
Terzano, currently Public Affairs Director at the National Endowment for the Arts, worked in CBS News' Election Unit covering the 1988 presidential campaign. From 1989-92, she was Press Secretary at the Democratic National Committee. She had previously served as Deputy Press Secretary in the office of Senator Gary Hart. Terzano, 34, is a native of Detroit and a graduate of Michigan State University.
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