US president-elect Joe Biden has appointed Nigerian-born Osaremen Okolo as one of his advisers on COVID-19.
Okolo, who is a daughter of Nigerian immigrants, was appointed on Thursday, December 31, as one of the members of the Biden-Harris COVID-19 response team. With her appointment, the Nigerian-born American becomes one of the first 100 White House appointees that will work with the president-elect when he finally takes over the Oval Office on January 20. US president-elect Joe Biden, 78, appoints Nigeria-born Osaremen Okolo as an adviser on COVID-19.
Okolo was born by Nigerian parents and raised in Massachusetts. She graduated from Harvard College in May 2017. How nurse tested positive for COVID-19 days after receiving vaccine She concentrated primarily in the history of science (medicine and society focus) with an allied, joint concentration in African-American studies.
She also obtained a secondary in Global Health and Health Policy. According to The Street Journal, the Democrat served as a senior health policy adviser to U.S. Representative Jan Schakowsky of Illinois.
While working for Schakowsky, she drafted, negotiated, and managed the Congresswoman’s legislation, oversight, and policy across comprehensive health care and public health agenda.