When Jen Psaki leaves her post as White House press secretary next week, Karine Jean-Pierre will take her place.

According to a report from CNN After Psaki’s final day on the job on May 13, Jean-Pierre will take over as principal deputy press secretary of the White House.

She was the second Black woman to deliver the daily White House press briefing in May of last year. She was also a member of Vice President Joe Biden’s communications team when he was in the White House. Before that, she served as Biden’s campaign manager and as Vice President Kamala Harris’s chief of staff.

Since Biden became president, Jean-Pierre has filled in for Psaki on several occasions, so she is well-versed in the duties of the position. Jean-Pierre will brief the country on the Ukraine conflict, the pandemic of COVID-19., the economy, and the Supreme Court’s decision on abortion rights.