Singer "Shakira" Become An Obama Adviser

Written By Admin on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 | 7:39 PM

USA - Not only the beauty of sound and wobble "Waka Waka" it, the brain's ability Shakira also proved to be reckoned. No less, U.S. President Barack Obama included a singer nan terpincut with this section. Shakira, Colombian-born artist, was appointed as a member of the Advisory Commission on Public Education for Hispanics in the U.S., with a group of education advocates and fighters. The White House said one reason for choosing Shakira founded the Barefoot Foundation is its role, which built many schools in Latin America and South Africa. Shakira also had worked with the World Bank, also in the field of education.

 Grammy Award winner will be in Washington, DC, on Thursday afternoon local time, October 20, 2011, to attend the swearing-in and discuss with other commission members. Shakira is famous with his song "Hips Do not Lie" was also a guest blogger on the White House website. In his blog, he emphasized the importance of Latin in order to help youth succeed in their education.

"I hope, through my designation in this commission, I can share what I've learned over 15 years involved in the education of children Latin. As we know, race and identity should not be a factor determining success or failure of a child," said he, as published by FoxNews. Hispanic Education Commission began work last May. The addition of Shakira - whose real name is Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll - as a member is part of Obama's policies to approach the Hispanic community, including the celebrity.

Alleged, Shakira can get a position on the committee that because Obama needed it as a sound panners. The voice of the Hispanic community is very important for success in the upcoming presidential election campaign, especially in swing-state, states that his voice could be a decisive victory, like Florida. Last May, Obama also invited celebrities Eva Longoria and Amilio Estefan in the Cinco De Mayo event that was held at the White House. Both celebrities were members of the National Museum of the American Latino Commission.

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