Ms. Hicks, who formerly served as the director of strategic communications, has served as the interim communications director since Anthony Scaramucci was sacked in July after just 10 days in the job.
Miss Hicks said: "President Trump has a magnetic personality and exudes positive energy, which is infectious to those around him".
She has been part of President Trump's team since the early days of his campaign.
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The White House has now named its third difference communications director in just eight months.
It appears the feeling is mutual.
Hicks' relationship with Trump began while she was working for Hiltzik Strategies, a NY public relations firm founded by Matthew Hiltzik, a longtime Hillary Clinton supporter. Lewandowski, according to GQ, simply replied, "You made a big fucking mistake; you're fucking dead to me".
The White House has struggled to fill the communications director position ever since Trump was elected in November.
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Prior to joining the political elite, Hicks worked as a Ford model as a teenager.
Mike Dubke held the position for just three months before reportedly tendering his resignation on May 18 - a move which some said signaled the first in a possible series of staffing changes. But despite the ostensibly temporary nature of her initial appointment, no active search for another communications director had been conducted as of late August.
Originally from Greenwich, Connecticut, Ms Hicks received her English degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas in 2010.
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