The former First Daughter had her own chief of staff and an office in the West Wing during Donald Trump’s presidency. She was listed as an “adviser to the president” on the White House website and took on a number of portfolios. These involved focusing on social and women’s concerns, such as women’s economic empowerment and working family issues.
Ivanka also participated in high profile diplomatic meetings with G20 leaders and the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, despite no prior foreign policy experience.
In his first interview since becoming President, Mr Biden told People magazine that he intended to run his White House along the same lines as those of President Obama.
Predecessor Donald Trump has been accused of nepotism for hiring family members in senior roles.
Mr Biden said “no one in our family and extended family is going to be involved in any government undertaking or foreign policy”.
He added: “And nobody has an office in the place.”
Before she entered the White House, Ivanka was better known in her role as a New York socialite, who ran a fashion business.
On departing the White House for the last time in January, she posted a farewell message to Twitter.
She wrote: “It has been the honour of a lifetime to serve our nation as an Advisor to the President.
Ivanka and her husband Jared have purchased a plot of land on the high-security Indian Creek Island in Miami, believed to cost in excess of $30 million.
They are said to be planning to build a mansion, where they will live with their three children.
The move to Florida has ignited rumours that Ivanka plans to run for public office in the Sunshine state in the near future.