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Michelle Obama former chief of staff Susan Sher signs with speakers agency

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WASHINGTON--First Lady Michelle Obama former Chief of Staff Susan Sher--who was due back in Chicago on Sunday night--she was last seen at David Axelrod's big going away party Saturday here-- signed with the Leading Authorities Speakers Bureau for paid gigs. Axelrod, who just wrapped up two years as senior advisor, signed with the Washington Speakers Bureau. Axelrod is back in Chicago on Tuesday.

Sher's lecture, according to Leading Authorities release: "In her lectures, she will draw from her experience, sharing anecdotes from her time in the East Wing and providing insights into current policy discussions and the inner-workings of the world's most powerful residence."


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