White House Transition Interviews: I - M
White House staff in the presidential administrations from Richard M. Nixon through William Jefferson Clinton discuss the transitions between the presidential administrations, the organization of the White House staff, and the successes and lessons learned during these periods.
Barry Jagoda (1944 - )
Media adviser, Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign Committee, 1976; Special Assistant to the President for Media and Public Affairs, 1977-79, Carter Administration.
Ray Jenkins (1930 - 2011)
Special Assistant to the President, White House Press Office, 1979-1981, Carter Administration.
Ann F. Lewis (1937 - )
Deputy Campaign Manager for the Clinton/Gore Re-Election Campaign, 1995-1996; Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Communications, 1997; Assistant to the President and Director of Communications, 1997-1999; Counselor to the President, 1999-2001, Clinton Administration.
Robert Lipshutz (1921 - 2010)
Treasurer, Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign Committee, 1975-1976; Counsel to the President, 1977- 1979, Carter Administration.
Frederic V. Malek (1936 - )
Deputy Under Secretary, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1969-1970; White House Special Assistant for Personnel, 1970-1973; Deputy Director, Office of Management and Budget, 1973-1974, Nixon Administration.
Michael D. McCurry (1954 - )
Assistant to the President and White House Press Secretary, 1995-1998, Clinton Administration.
Thomas F. (Mack) McLarty III (1946 - )
White House Chief of Staff, 1993-1994; Counselor to the President and Special Envoy for the Americas, 1995-1998, Clinton Administration.
Abner Mikva (1926 - )
White House Counsel to the President, 1994-1995, Clinton Administration.
Arnie Miller (1940 - )
Maryland state coordinator, Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign Committee, 1976; Director of the Presidential Personnel Office, 1978-1981, Carter Administration.
W. Henson Moore (1939 - )
Served as one of three American commissioners for the Panama Canal Consultative Commission; 1987-1988; Deputy Secretary, Department of Energy; 1989-1992; Deputy Chief of Staff to President George H. W. Bush 1992-1993, Bush Administration.
Bob Nash (1947 - )
Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Personnel, 1995-2001, Clinton Administration.