She’s a singer and a role model, and now she is also the co-chair of President Joe Biden’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. Lady Gaga recently took on a new job working for the president—a new exciting chapter for Lady Gaga.
The Arts and the Humanities organization goes back to 1982 when it was first created via executive order to advise the president on cultural policy, formed by Ronald Reagan.
Gaga joins a team of amazing artists, scholars, and philanthropists; it’s a fantastic honor to be able to join the group.
Biden hopes to grow this organization and “strengthen America’s creative and cultural economy, including by enhancing and expanding opportunities for artists, humanities scholars, students, educators, and cultural heritage practitioners, as well as the museums, libraries, archives, historic sites, colleges and universities, and other institutions that support their work.”
Lady Gaga and Biden have worked together before. For example, Gaga protested for his campaign in 2020, and she also helped with the “It’s On Us” campaign against sexual assault on college campuses. They are known to be good friends, so it’s no surprise she is on the team now. Exciting new chapter for our girl Gaga.