White House press secretary Jean-Pierre turned down offer to be EMILY'S List president: report

"I’m committed to the president," Jean-Pierre responded, according to sources. "I’m not going anywhere.” 
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre turned down an offer to become president of EMILY's List, a group that donates money to Democratic female politicians who support abortions.

According to NBC News, a member on the board of the group called Jean-Pierre last year and offered her the position.

EMILY's List is currently being led by interim President Jessica Mackler.

Jean-Pierre reportedly said he did not want to leave her White House post.

The group's former president, Laphonza Butler, left to fill the Senate seat of the late- California Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein.

Mackler is now expected to become the full time president.