Ivanka Trump has chosen New Orleans native Julie Radford, daughter of politician Suzanne Terrell, as her chief of staff, according to a report from Politico.
Politico reports Radford, 34, was recruited to work for Trump by Dina Powell, the first daughter's adviser, who connected with Radford when she was working as a consultant to Goldman Sachs' 10,000 Small Businesses initiative.
"(Radford) is one of the most talented women I have ever worked with," Powell told Politico. "I saw firsthand her ability to both creatively develop new and innovative programs and execute them based on measurable results."
Radford's role as an official chief of staff to a presidential daughter and adviser is reportedly unique.
Read the full report here.