President Obama's reelection campaign is putting some meat on its bones.
Elizabeth Jarvis-Shean, who ran Obama's internal-research shop inside the White House, will move to Chicago as director of research for the campaign. A native of Sacramento, Calif., she's served with the Truman National Security Project and is a former vice president at CNBC.
Marlon Marshall, formerly with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, will be the deputy national field director for the campaign. He cut his presidential chops by serving as field director for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in Nevada, Ohio, and Indiana.
And Elizabeth Lowery, a regional finance director for Clinton, will be deputy director of finance, reporting to chief fundraiser Julianna Smoot. A long-time aide to former Rep. Harold Ford Jr., D-Tenn., she ran fundraising during the midterm elections cycle for Senate Democrats.