Taraji P. Henson is having a full-circle moment with her alma mater Howard University, according to a People report.
On Thursday, the Empire alum, 51, shared that she was named to President Joe Biden’s HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Board of Advisors.
Henson –– who studied musical theatre at HBCU Howard University before graduating in 1995 –– revealed the news with a throwback snap of her wearing an alumni hat at a football game.
“I am excited to announce that President Biden has appointed me to serve on his HBCU Board of Advisors,” she captioned the photo. “Since taking office, the President and Vice President [Kamala] Harris have invested $5.8 Billion in HBCUs and I look forward to working with them to continue efforts to support these important institutions.