32 Facts About Raj Shah

1. Raj Shah was recently inducted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK.

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2. Raj Shah is joining Ballard as a partner fresh from helping to lead the White House's strategy and communications efforts in support of Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the US Supreme Court.

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3. Raj Shah entered the Trump orbit in 2016 along with a group of Republican party officials led by Reince Priebus, who then went on to take senior positions in the administration.

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4. Raj Shah is the latest in a number of top officials to leave the Trump administration.

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5. Raj Shah joined the White House right from the day the Trump administration took charge.

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6. Raj Shah was born in 1984 to Indian parents of Gujarati origin.

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7. Raj Shah is just doing the same, and he cashes out a hero.

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8. White House spokesman Raj Shah issued a statement that neither denied nor confirmed the comment.

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9. Raj Shah coordinated the White House's communications strategy for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation process with Republicans in Congress.

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10. Raj Shah will join Ballard Partners to lead its nascent Media Group, which the firm officially announced Monday.

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11. Raj Shah was behind all the anti-Clinton campaign during the presidential elections.

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12. Raj Shah is a fellow at the aid advocacy group Results for America.

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13. Raj Shah was recognized as one of Fortune Magazine's 40 under 40 in 2011 and was India Abroad's Person of the Year in 2012.

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14. Raj Shah is the first-ever Indian-American to serve as president of the foundation.

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15. Raj Shah wrote an article about the importance of climate change and renewable energies and what the United States can learn from India.

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16. In 2015, Raj Shah was one of six global leaders appointed by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to review the world's capacity to prepare for and respond to global pandemic threats.

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17. Raj Shah used the Camp David G8 Summit in 2012 to attract private investment commitments to the effort.

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18. In 2014, Raj Shah led the US response to the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa again focusing on a strategy that was driven by evidence, innovation and data.

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19. Raj Shah was nominated by President Obama to serve as Chief Scientist and Undersecretary of Agriculture for Research, Education and Economics on April 17, 2009.

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20. Raj Shah was responsible for developing the International Finance Facility for Immunization, which raised more than $5 billion for the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization.

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21. Raj Shah spent time at the London School of Economics where he earned a general course certificate in economics.

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22. Raj Shah was born to Indian Gujarati immigrant parents who settled in Ann Arbor, Michigan in the late 1960s.

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23. Raj Shah joined the Trump administration almost immediately after Trump took office.

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24. In 2010, Raj Shah worked as campaign spokesman for New Mexico candidate for governor Susana Martinez.

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25. Raj Shah was born in Connecticut in 1984 and attended Brien McMahon High School, where he was named as an Ettinger Scholar.

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26. Raj Shah worked with the campaign staff and manager of the Mitt Romney campaign and others to plan how to defeat Hillary Clinton well before she announced her candidacy.

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27. Raj Shah found he was disagreeing with Democrats in his family and those he met during internships, Raj cast his first vote for George W Bush in 2004, and interned in the White House in 2005.

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28. Raj Shah studied government at Cornell University, and received his bachelor's degree in 2006.

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29. Raj Shah was born and raised in Connecticut, where his father worked as an engineer and his mother as a dentist.

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30. Raj Shah was one of the early staffers on duty in the White House on Inauguration Day, attending to reporters' inquiries and beginning establishment of the communications apparatus in the West Wing and the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.

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31. Raj Shah was a co-founder of America Rising, "a right-leaning political action committee that produces opposition research on Democratic candidates".

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32. Raj Shah said the White House has received the report and it was being sent to the Senate.

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