A top White House communications official is leaving her position for a job in the private sector, a White House official confirmed to The Hill.
Pili Tobar, the deputy communications director, will depart in the coming days. Tobar’s exit comes amid reports of multiple other White House officials making plans to leave their roles before the midterm elections, add The Hill.
Tobar focused on health care, education, immigration, climate and LGBTQI+ issues for the communications team. She previously served as director of communications for coalitions on the Biden campaign in 2020, doing outreach to Hispanic media, African American media, women’s media and other groups.
Tobar’s departure comes as multiple other White House officials are reportedly on their way out, states The Hill.