Jack Lew Biography
(76th United States Secretary of the Treasury (2013-17))
Birthday: August 29, 1955 (Virgo)
Born In: New York, New York, United States
Jacob Joseph Lew, better known as Jack Lew, is an American attorney, Democrat politician, and a former ‘United States Secretary of the Treasury.’ He is a ‘Harvard’ graduate and holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) from the ‘Georgetown University Law Center.’ He started working as a legislative assistant to Representative Joe Moakley, and as a senior policy adviser to the late ‘House Speaker’ Thoms P O’Neill (Tip O’Neill). Lew started working with Clinton administration in 1993, and served until 2001. During this period, he rose to the position of ‘Director of the Office of Management and Budget.’ Following his stint with the government, Lew worked with ‘New York University’ and ‘Citigroup.’ After Barack Obama was voted to power, he returned to work with his government in 2009 as the first ‘Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources.’ In November 2010, he again became the ‘Director of the Office of Management and Budget’ and served until 2012. In the first year of Obama’s second term, he was the ‘White House Chief of Staff.’ He resigned from the post when Donald Trump became the President.