Emma Doyle is an accomplished government relations and policy strategist with over a decade of experience in the Executive Branch, on Capitol Hill, and in the private sector.
In the Executive Branch, Ms. Doyle served as White House Principal Deputy Chief of Staff, where she managed the Offices of Political Affairs, Public Liaison, Intergovernmental Affairs, and Presidential Personnel and provided counsel as a trusted senior advisor to the Chief of Staff and the President of the United States. She subsequently served as Deputy Chief of Staff for
Policy to the First Lady.
Prior to working in the West Wing, Ms. Doyle was the Chief of Staff of the Office of Management and Budget, and simultaneously supported the Acting Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as a detailee, first as the Bureau’s Acting Chief of Staff and later as a Senior Advisor. Before joining the Administration, she lobbied for Ford Motor Company with a focus on financial services and trade policy.
Ms. Doyle previously handled financial services issues in the House of Representatives for a
member of the House Financial Services Committee, and began her career working on banking policy in the United States Senate for a member of the Senate Banking Committee.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she graduated summa cum laude from Georgetown University and earned a Master of Science in Finance from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. She resides in Washington, DC with her husband, Brett.