Former New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to join Harvard University, an inspiration to women around the world
Jacinda Ardern will join Harvard University later this year.
Ardern took over as Prime Minister of New Zealand in 2017 at the age of 37.
Jacinda Ardern is an inspiration to women around the world.
Cambridge: Former New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will join Harvard University later this year. Douglas Elmdorf, dean of the Kennedy School, gave this information on Tuesday. Ardern is an inspiration to women around the world. He was selected for a dual scholarship to Harvard Kennedy School, America’s prestigious institute of education. Douglas Elmdorf said in a statement: “Jacinda Ardern has shown strong and empathetic political leadership to the world.” Ardern will bring important information to our students. It will provide an opportunity for leaders at all levels to discuss available public policy options.
Ardern took over as Prime Minister of New Zealand in 2017 at the age of 37. Ardern has become an international icon for how to balance work and personal life. When he addressed the United Nations General Assembly with his newborn baby girl in his lap, he was appreciated everywhere.
In January this year, Ardern surprised everyone by announcing that she would step down as Prime Minister. Ardern had said she had been prime minister for more than five years and no longer had enough wit to do the job justice. In March 2019, a white gunman in New Zealand attacked two mosques in Christchurch, killing 51 people. Following this major incident, Ardern has been widely praised for the way she has supported those affected and the Muslim community in New Zealand.
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