The Vice President continues to lose staff as two more aides leave her office.
This recent exodus includes the departure of Vice President Kamala Harris’s Domestic policy adviser Rohini Kosoglu, who announced she will be exiting the VP’s office in August.
The high turnover rate is set to continue, with reports emerging that another staffer, Meghan Groob, the Vice President’s speechwriter leaving after only one month in the position.
Kosoglu’s departure from Harris’s office will be a significant loss for the Vice President as she’s the longest-serving aide working under Harris.
Kosoglu started working with Harris when she was still a Senator and continued during Harris’s failed Presidential campaign.
Following the news of Kosoglu’s resignation, Harris released a statement saying Kosoglu was a “brilliant and trusted leader who has been at my side for years.”
“She has brought vision, strategic judgment, and a depth of experience as our Administration has addressed some of the most urgent challenges facing our nation. She is an exceptional public servant and I am enormously grateful for her service. Rohini will remain a valued advisor and friend,” the statement continued.
The VP’s adviser, which revealed she is leaving her position to spend more time with her family which includes three young children, has left during an 18-month exodus that began with the departure of her deputy press secretary, chief of staff, and communications director.
As more aides left, the VP’s office was painted as toxic, with a recent communication team working toward changing that narrative.