NEW YORK (TheStreet)--To many members of Occupy Wall Street, the Tea Party, or others who believe Washington has been hijacked by corporate interests, the career of Deputy Secretary of State Tom Nides may not seem especially unusual.
|Morgan Stanley's Chairman sent Domino's pizza to Nides' house on Yom Kippur.|
|Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman describes Nides as "a really caring guy."|
|U.S. Chief Performance Officer Jeffrey Zients says Nides is "taking the lead on something that's very important to the President, which is how do we help the U.S. regain market share in tourism."|
|While on Wall Street, Nides was a top fundraiser for Secretary of State Clinton's presidential campaign.|
|Deputy Treasury Secretary Neal Wolin says Nides understands "what the private sector is going to find attractive and enticing"|