Star Jones, who will become the host and judge on Divorce Court later this year, has another new gig: A presidential appointment to a U.S.
commission.President Joe Biden tapped Jones to serve as one of the members of the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, an agency which is tasked with identifying and reporting monuments, historic buildings and cemeteries in Eastern and Central Europe “that are associated with the heritage of U.S.
citizens,” according to the law that created it in 1985.Jones, a former homicide prosecutor, was one of the original co-hosts of The View.
She’s a principal of Instant Impact Group, LLC, which advises on diversity and equity programs. She also served as president and board director of Professional Diversity Network, Inc., and of the International Association of Women.Biden also appointed six others to the commission, including G.Read more on deadline.com