If you thought that Angelina Jolie didn’t have time in her busy schedule, think again.
The woman is already renowned as an actress, director, human rights ambassador, and mother. But now she is adding contributing editor for TIME magazine to that impressive list.
According to the publication’s editor-in-chief and CEO Edward Felsenthal, Jolie will cover a variety of topics in her pieces, including displacement, conflict, and human rights, in her role on the magazine’s team.
The Maleficent: Mistress of Evil star has served as a Special Envoy of the United Nations Human Rights Commissioner for Refugees for 18 years, so it is no surprise that her first piece is focusing on World Refugee Day, which was marked on June 20th.
The article is entitled “What We Owe Refugees” and can be found in the latest edition of TIME.