Daniel Pfeiffer Biography
Daniel Pfeiffer is a podcaster and journalist working at White House as Senior Advisor to U.S. President Barack Obama from 2013 to 2015. He was a long-time aide to Obama serving in several communications roles and press throughout his 2008 campaign on his presidential transition in the Obama White House.
Daniel Pfeiffer Age
Daniel Pfeiffer was born in Wilmington, Delaware, United States, on December 24, 1975. Daniel is 45 years old.
Daniel Pfeiffer Height
Pfeiffer is 5 ft 8 inches/. 1.75 m tall.
Daniel Pfeiffer Education
Daniel Pfeiffer attended Wilmington Friends School for his high school diploma. Later on, He joined the University of Georgetown and graduated in 2000. After college, He served for the Community Oriented Policing Services as a spokesman (COPS).
Daniel Pfeiffer Family
Daniel Pfeiffer was born by his caring parents Gary Malick Pfeiffer and Vivian Lear in Wilmington, Delaware. His mother worked as a learning specialist while his father served for DuPont as a financial officer. Daniel has a handsome brother namely, Robert Malick.
Daniel Pfeiffer wife
He married his first beautiful wife Sarah Elizabeth Feinberg. Sarah served as a spokeswoman for Obama’s former Chief as a spokeswoman and as a senior adviser. The couple has two amazing children namely Jack and Kyla.
Daniel Pfeiffer Children
Daniel and Sarah are proud parents of two good-looking children namely Jack Daniel and Kyla Daniel.
Daniel Pfeiffer Salary
Daniel Pfeiffer receives an annual salary of $97,786. This is according to White house anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Daniel Pfeiffer Net worth
Pfeiffer has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million U.S dollars.
Daniel Pfeiffer Career
Daniel Pfeiffer served from 2013 to 2015 for Strategy and Communications as the Senior Advisor to U.S. President Director. Later on, after the inauguration of Barack Obama, He became the Deputy White House Communications director. Moreover, Daniel was then named Director of White House Communications after the departure of Anita Dunn. On March 6, 2015, Daniel left the White House.