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Michael Froman
Michael Froman official portrait.jpg
United States Trade Representative
Elections and appointments
AppointedJune 21, 2013
Appointed byBarack Obama
Term limitsN/A
High schoolThe Branson School
Bachelor'sPrinceton University
J.D.Harvard University
Ph.D.Oxford University
Date of birthAugust 20, 1962
Place of birthSan Rafael, California
Office website
Michael B.G. Froman (b. August 20, 1962, in San Rafael, California) is the current United States Trade Representative. He was confirmed by the Senate on June 19, 2013, by a vote of 93-4.[1]

He previously served as an assistant to President Obama, Deputy Secretary and Chief of Staff in the Treasury Department and in the White House during the Clinton administration.[2]


Froman was born in California and received degrees from Princeton, Harvard and Oxford Universities. He served the White House during the Clinton administration before being appointed again by President Barack Obama.[2] Between administrations, he held roles at Citigroup, becoming President and CEO of CitiInsurance International Holdings, Inc.[3]


Froman is married with two children.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Ron Kirk
U.S. Trade Representative
Succeeded by