Lady Gaga MacArthur, Harvard
November 3, 2011 by staff
The Grammy-winning singer announced Wednesday it is throwing the baby Way Foundation, a nonprofit organization focused on youth empowerment and “topics such as self-welfare, anti-bullying, mentoring and professional development.”
Gaga partners include the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The California Endowment and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.
The foundation will be led by the singer 25 years old and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta.
“Together, we hope to establish a level of courage and kindness, as well as a global community that protects and nurtures others from intimidation and neglect,”he said in a statement Gaga.
The multiplatinum singer is known for speaking for others. He recently said he wanted to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss their concerns about bullying, and visited Maine last year to support the repeal of “the military does not ask, do not digas”la policy on hmosxls.
He has won Grammys, released three platinum initiatives – including her most recent album, “Born This Way”-and has a massive presence online: Singer has over 15 million Twitter followers and 44 million fans on Facebook .
“Lady Gaga will help to empower and give voice to young people who are overwhelmed, undersupported, disconnected, isolated, bullying and fighting,”said Dr. Bob Ross, CEO and president of The California Endowment.” This kind of leadership is much needed in today’s world.”
The official launch of the Foundation is Born This Way next year, and an advisory council will be announced soon.
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