Herbie Ziskend is a former White House advisor and one of the founders of the Obama White House Passover Seder, the first presidential Seder in U.S. history. Ziskend was an early campaign staffer on President Obama's first White House Campaign and later served as a policy and communications advisor to Vice President Joe Biden from 2009-2011.

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  • Herbie Ziskend is a former White House advisor and one of the founders of the Obama White House Passover Seder, the first presidential Seder in U.S. history. Ziskend was an early campaign staffer on President Obama's first White House Campaign and later served as a policy and communications advisor to Vice President Joe Biden from 2009-2011. During the 2008 presidential campaign, three young staffers to then-Senator Obama- Eric Lesser, Arun Chaudhary, and Herbie Ziskend- organized an impromptu Seder with Obama and a small group of staffers in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. President Obama said it was "a tradition we have looked forward to each year since hosting the first-ever White House Seder in 2009." (en)
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  • Herbie Ziskend is a former White House advisor and one of the founders of the Obama White House Passover Seder, the first presidential Seder in U.S. history. Ziskend was an early campaign staffer on President Obama's first White House Campaign and later served as a policy and communications advisor to Vice President Joe Biden from 2009-2011. (en)
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