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also known as Jacob Joseph Lew

Federal agency administrator

Jack Lew, American federal agency administrator. Bar: District of Columbia, Massachusetts. Deputy director office program analysis City of Boston Office Management and Budget, 1978; issues director Democratic National Committee Campaign '88; Member of District of Columbia Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association.

Background

Lew, Jack was born on August 29, 1955 in New York City.

Education

AB, Harvard University, 1978. Juris Doctor, Georgetown University, 1983.

Career

Legislation aide to Republican Joe Moakley United States House of Representatives, Washington, 1973—1975, principal domestic policy advisor to Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill Junior, 1979—1987. Assistant director, then executive director United States House Democratic Steering & Policy Committee. Private law practice, 1987—1991.

Special assistant to President Office Management & Budget, Executive Office of the President, Washington, 1993—1994, executive associate director, associate director legislation affairs, 1995, deputy director, 1995—1998, director, 1998—2001, since 2010. Executive vice president, professor public administration New York University, 2001—2006. Chief operating officer Citi Global Wealth Management, 2006—2008, Citi Alternative Investments, New York City, 2008—2009.

Deputy secretary for management & resources United States Department State, Washington, 2009—2010. Executive director Center Middle East Research. Visiting professor Georgetown University Public Policy Institute, 2001.

Achievements

  • Bar: District of Columbia, Massachusetts.

Membership

Deputy director office program analysis City of Boston Office Management and Budget, 1978. Issues director Democratic National Committee Campaign '88. Member of District of Columbia Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association.

Connections

Married; 2 children.