Jayan Siddique of Bangladeshi descent has been appointed to a key position in the team of newly elected US President Joe Biden. Joe Biden’s transition team announced the names of several people to handle senior positions last Wednesday. Among them was Zayan Siddique, a senior adviser to the White House Deputy Chief of Staff.
In the upcoming Joe Biden administration, Jayan Siddique is coming to a senior position as the first of Bangladeshi descent.
The Biden-Orange Transition Team statement said, “Siddique, who came from Bangladesh and grew up in New York, graduated from Princeton University and Yale Law School.”
Zion will work on Biden’s domestic and economic team. Zayn has worked with Biden-Orange before. He was a member of the preparation team for the Orange Debate to become Vice President.
Prior to that, he served as a Senior Policy Adviser to the Senate Campaign Team for Beto O’Rourke’s Presidential Campaign. He also has experience working as a law clerk in the United States Supreme Court.
Zayan Siddique has also served as a law clerk under U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, DC Circuit Court of Appeals Judge David Tattle and District Court for the Central District of California Judge Dean Pregerson.
He is also an associate of Oric Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP.
Before Joe Biden came to power, he announced that he would reduce inequality to diversify the administration. He is keeping that promise after winning the election. Just as he is recruiting blacks on the basis of merit, he is also keeping people of different nationalities close to him.
Earlier, he appointed Ayesha Shah, a daughter of Kashmir, as a senior member of the Digital Strategy Team.
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