16 Facts About Jennifer Williams


Jennifer Leigh Williams is an American United States Department of State official who has served as a special advisor to U S vice president Mike Pence on European and Russian affairs.

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Jennifer Williams gave public testimony to the House of Representatives ten days later.

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Jennifer Williams attended Memorial High School in the Spring Branch ISD, serving as class vice-president and graduating in 2001.

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Jennifer Williams earned a bachelor's degree in international security studies from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and a master's degree in public policy from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.

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Jennifer Williams began her government career in the United States Department of Homeland Security in 2005, shortly after graduating from Georgetown.

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Jennifer Williams served as a political appointee of Secretary Michael Chertoff, the second United States Secretary of Homeland Security, serving under President George W Bush.

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Jennifer Williams then joined the United States Department of State in 2006, where she has served for more than thirteen years.

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Jennifer Williams was initially focused on Middle East policy, and served overseas in Beirut and Kingston, Jamaica.

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Jennifer Williams then served in London as the Press Officer for the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom for three years.

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Jennifer Williams has served as Mike Pence's aide on European and Russian affairs since April 2019.

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Jennifer Williams accompanied Pence when he traveled to Poland in September 2019 to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

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Jennifer Williams became the first witness from Pence's staff to give testimony in the impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump.

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Jennifer Williams was expected to answer inquiries regarding Pence's communications with Rudy Giuliani and Ukrainian leaders.

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Jennifer Williams has been recognized as one of the "powerful, professional women on both sides of the dais who have emerged as major figures in the impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump, " and one of the witnesses who have "held their own" in the face of partisan attacks.

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Jennifer Williams, who started her government career in the Bush administration and called former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice “a personal hero of mine, ” denied being a “Never Trumper.

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Jennifer Williams testified about the call but at a later hearing announced that details about the phone conversation had been classified.

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