Neera Tanden

Center for American Progress

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President and CEO of the Center for American Progress Center for American Progress Action Fund; senior policy advisor to then-Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, she served in both the Obama and Clinton Administrations

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Barack Obama is still on vacation in Hawaii, but it's definitely a working holiday as he and a handful of close advisors are preparing for the year ahead.

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