Caitlyn Jenner is already doing SO much!
Since her debut on Monday, she revealed the first trailer of her highly-anticipated docu-series I Am Cait, she's been announced as the Arthur Ashe Courage Award recipient for this year's ESPYS, and she broke President Obama's Twitter record!
Now, the former Olympian has officially signed with CAA to share her inspirational story!
The Creative Arts Agency will help Caitlyn book and schedule speaking engagements that will provide her a platform to discuss her personal transition, as well as issues affecting the transgender community.
The 65-year-old has been very open about how she hopes exposing her journey to the public will help other transgender people feel less alone, and to lower the high rate of suicide attempts within the population.
The CAA Foundation will work to ensure that Caitlyn is able to lock down the best venues to get her story across to the most people!
We're so proud of the reality star, and we're delighted she's working so hard to help others!
[Image via Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair.]