Who is Alyssa Farah's fiancé Justin Griffin?

FORMER White House employee Alyssa Farah announced she was tying the knot with fiancé Justin Griffin.

Farah served as the White House Director of Strategic Communications during the Trump administration.

Who is Alyssa Farah's fiancé Justin Griffin?

Alyssa Farah is engaged to Justin Griffin, an MBA candidate at Stern School of Business at New York University.

He is set to graduate in 2022.

Griffin studied political science at Stonehill College and completed his undergraduate studies at Clark University in 2012.

He also did a brief course on cybersecurity at Harvard in 2020.

Griffin worked as a political strategist upon graduating college. 

He was a regional political director for the Massachusetts Republican Party in 2012.

Aside from his political aspirations, Griffin worked as an account strategist for Purple Strategies, the VP of Revolution Agency, and served as an advisor and director of finance for Governor Baker and Lt. Governor Polito.

He has also been a consultant for Merrimack Potomac + Charles since 2019.

When did Alyssa Farah and Justin Griffin get engaged?

Farah and Griffin reportedly announced their engagement in October of 2020 after dating for three years.

On November 4, 2021, she tweeted a photo of her and Griffin near a pool, writing: “Out of Office: to go get married! 🤩

According to their wedding website, the venue is in Vero Beach, Florida on November 6.

Why did Alyssa Farah leave the White House?

Farah submitted her letter of resignation in December of 2020, writing that she was "leaving the White House to pursue new opportunities."

"I am deeply proud of the incredible things we were able to accomplish to make our country stronger, safer, and more secure," Farah said in a statement.

"It's been the honor of a lifetime to serve in the Trump administration over the last three and a half years."

She started in her role at the White House in April but had previously served in two other roles during the Trump administration.

Farah first served as Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary, before joining the Department of Defense as press secretary.

Before working with Trump, she worked as press secretary for now-Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, when he was a North Carolina representative.

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