THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT
For Immediate Release January 27, 1995
VICE PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES KIMBERLY TILLEY AS NEW SCHEDULER Tilley Brings Experience From Administration, Campaign, Capitol Hill To New Job WASHINGTON -- Vice President Gore today (1/27)
announced the appointment of Kimberly H. Tilley of Chicago, IL, as his new scheduler. Tilley replaces Anthony T. Wilson who left the Vice President's office in November to work for the Democratic National Committee.
"I am pleased that Kim has agreed to serve as my scheduler," the Vice President said. "She brings extensive experience to the job, including work for this Administration and on Capitol Hill. She comes highly recommended from all of the positions she has held, and I welcome her to my staff."
Tilley leaves a job as deputy chief of staff at the Environmental Protection Agency to serve as the Vice President's scheduler. Previously, she served as an associate director of research at the White House Office of Communications, and as an issues director for the ClintonGore Campaign Headquarters in Little Rock, AR.
Working on Capitol Hill for Sen. Paul Simon, Tilley served as his senior legislative assistant, focusing on environmental and communications issues. Before that, she worked for Sen. Simon as a staff assistant in the state, and as an assistant to the campaign manager during his reelection in 1984.
Tilley is an alumna of the University of Tulsa where she earned a Bachelor of Science in political science. Before she graduated, Tilley did an internship with the City of Philadelphia in Washington, D.C., through the Washington Center for Learning Alternatives.