Hope Hicks, 29, is President Donald Trump’s full-time White House communications director. But before joining Trump’s 2016 campaign, she had no domestic experience.
Hicks was innate in Greenwich, a city of 60,000 on the southwest tip of Connecticut that’s a favorite mark for hedge-fund headquarters.
She was a model, actress, and lacrosse player as a child, before getting her English grade at Southern Methodist University.
Hicks didn’t intend on personification such a vast role in a presidential campaign, instead descending into the gig by a pursuit at the Trump Organization.
She now finds herself as one of Trump’s youngest advisers, promoted to communications executive in Sep after being named “interim” in August.
And Hicks has been with Trump — to use his difference — “from the beginning.” She stuck on his campaign by several staff revamps, including two high-profile changes at the campaign-chair position.
Here’s what we know about Hicks.