“Now, as national economic advisor, the constant focus is on anything and everything I can do at each and every moment to move the ball forward on jobs, on working training, on housing, on advanced manufacturing, on refinancing, on energy, on passing a balanced deficit reduction plan that still saves resources through entitlement and progressive tax reform while still investing in education and research and infrastructure.”
Gene B. Sperling has played a key role in addressing one of the greatest economic challenges since the Great Depression. He serves as director of President Obama’s National Economic Council, a position he also held during the Clinton Administration. He has also been a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution and a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.
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