Appointment of T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr., as Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs
March 30, 1987 The President today announced his intention to appoint T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr., as Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs. He will be responsible for implementing the domestic agenda for the White House. He will have direct liaison with the Office of Cabinet Affairs, the Public Liaison Office, and the Office of Policy Development.
Mr. Cribb has served on the Chief of Staff's transition team since early March. Previously he served as Counselor to Attorney General Edwin Meese. Mr. Cribb was Deputy Assistant to the President, Assistant Counselor to the President, Assistant Director of the Office of Cabinet Affairs, and Staff Assistant.
He received a bachelor of arts degree from Washington and Lee University in 1970 and graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1980.