Former PM to take up 3 fellowships at Harvard University

Former New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern says she will take up three fellowships at Harvard University in the United States later this year, reports ABC News.

Ardern stepped down as prime minister in January, saying she had “no more in the tank” to lead the country and she would also not seek re-election to parliament. She quit parliament earlier this month. Harvard University said in a statement she had been appointed to dual fellowships at Harvard Kennedy School and to a concurrent fellowship at the Berkman Klein Center.

“I am incredibly humbled to be joining Harvard University as a fellow – not only will it give me the opportunity to share my experience with others, it will give me a chance to learn,” Ardern said in the statement.
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