Vice President Kamala Harris’ chief of staff Tina Flournoy is leaving the Biden administration on Washington Post announced Thursday afternoon.
“It is likely that this news will be released today – which means that I will not have the opportunity to share it with all of you myself,” Flournoy told staffers in an email. email obtained by Politico. “I will be forever grateful to the Vice President for giving me this incredible opportunity.”
Lorraine Voles, who is a senior adviser to Harris, is expected to replace Flournoy.
After the news broke, a White House official said in a statement to Politico, “Tina has been a valued advisor and confidant to me and a tremendous leader for the office. From day one, she led our team through a historic first year as we moved forward in rebuilding our economy here at home and our alliances around the world.
Flournoy is the latest aide to leave Harris’ office as the vice president struggles amid White House infighting.
In recent months, Harris has lost chief spokesperson Symone Sanders, communications director Ashley Etienne and deputy press secretary Sabrina Singh.