Caitlyn Jenner has been a mighty busy woman this week.
Since her Vanity Fair debut on Monday, she’s unveiled the first trailer of her docu-series “I Am Cait,” she’s been announced as the recipient of the Arther Ashe Courage Award at next month’s ESPYS, and she even broke a Twitter record for collecting one million followers in just over four hours (a record that was previously held by President Barack Obama).
Now, Jenner has signed with reputable Hollywood talent agency Creative Arts Agency (CAA), which will rep her in its Speakers division. The agency will reportedly give her a platform to share her transgender experience and talk about LGBT issues through public speaking engagements.
When and where Jenner will start making appearances has yet to be announced. The former Olympian has been outspoken about wanting to combat the high rates of suicide attempts among young transgender people, and hopefully sharing her story in person is just one of the many ways she’ll be able to help.