Melody Barnes, President Barack Obama’s domestic policy adviser, said Thursday she is leaving the White House at the end of the year to spend more time with her family and consider opportunities in the private sector.
Her departure — first reported by POLITICO - took colleagues by surprise. She was one of a group of women - senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, communications director Anita Dunn, environmental czar Carol Browner and Council of Economic Advisers chairman Christina Romer - named to high positions in the White House at the start of the administration.All except Jarrett have left, as have deputy senior adviser Stephanie Cutter and deputy communications director Jen Psaki.
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