Steve Glickman, who has worked on export promotion, foreign investment and international trade for the National Security Council, is leaving the Obama administration.
Glickman, who has been with the administration since joining the president’s transition team, is leaving for the private sector, though he said he still hasn’t decided where exactly. His most recent post has been director for international economic affairs for the National Security Council.
He also previously was a manufacturing policy adviser for the National Economic Council and held posts in the Commerce Department. Before that, he worked briefly in the White House counsel’s office and on the transition team. A farewell to Glickman has been scheduled at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building Wednesday afternoon.
Prior to joining the administration, Glickman had been on the staff of Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., who was the chair of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
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