According to a statement released by the Biden-Harris Transition website, Hopkins, a Sierra Leonean immigrant, has worked for more than 20 years as a bedside nurse and has a long history in union work, a choice that appears to reflect Biden's emphasis on appealing to labor groups. She's also received the Black Lives Matter Award from the SEIU Washington State AFRAM Caucus.
Whereas Jim is the executive director at the Navajo Nation Department of Health. " For 18 years, she has served urban and tribal communities in non-profit, state, federal agencies and most recently tribal government, serving as a cabinet member for the Navajo Nation Nez-Lizer Administration," the website read.
The website stated that Michaels is an epidemiologist and Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University.
"He served as Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health from 2009 to January 2017, the longest-serving administrator in OSHA's history. During the Clinton Administration, Dr. Michaels served as Assistant Secretary of Energy for Environment, Safety, and Health, charged with protecting the workers, community, and environment around the nation's nuclear weapons facilities," the website stated.
These announcements of the three new members in the coronavirus task force comes after the US surpassed 13 million COVID-19 cases on Friday, according to Johns Hopkins University.
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