Deputy Coordinator of the COVID-19 Response
- Served as Advisor to the White House Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to the Deputy National Security Advisor during the Obama-Biden Administration
- Played an instrumental role in coordinating the Obama-Biden administration’s interagency response to the opioid epidemic
Natalie Quillian is a national security expert and former White House and Pentagon senior advisor who most recently served as Deputy Campaign Manager for Biden for President, where she helped lead campaign operations, election security matters, and other management functions — including leading the campaign’s approach to COVID-19 safety for the candidates, campaign staff, and thousands of volunteers. Quillian began her government career as a civil servant during the George W. Bush administration, and went on to serve all eight years in the Obama-Biden administration, where she played an instrumental role coordinating the interagency response to the opioid epidemic. She has served in a number of national security positions at the National Security Council and the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and as Deputy Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor to the White House Chief of Staff, working on complex interagency and crisis response matters.