Vice President Kamala Harris’ director of speechwriting, Meghan Groob, is leaving office less than four months after taking office, two people familiar with the matter told POLITICO.
Groob was hired in April after Harris’ first editor, Kate Childs Graham, left in late February. She previously worked as a speechwriter for Bill Gates and as an editorial director at Gates Ventures.
His departure comes amid an ongoing staffing overhaul of the vice president’s office. The vice president’s office has already seen a reset of large parts of the communications team. And on Friday, the Washington Post reported that Harris’ longest-serving assistant, Rohini Kosoglu, was also leaving the office.