Joe Biden nominated JF Kennedy's daughter as the new U.S. ambassador to Australia.

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source: reuters.com

Joe Biden nominated JF Kennedy's daughter as the new U.S. ambassador to Australia.

Caroline Kennedy served as Ambassador to Japan during the Barack Obama administration. She played a pivotal role in commemorating the 70th anniversary of World War II.

For her part, figure skater Michelle Cowan is the most decorated figure skater in American history, having won 43 championships, including five world championships, nine national titles, and two Olympic medals.

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, announced on Wednesday his intention to nominate the daughter of former President John F. Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, as the new ambassador of Australia, according to a joint statement from the White House in which it was also nominated figure skater Michelle Kwan as U.S. Representative for Belize.

The daughter of former President John F. Kennedy, she served as ambassador to Japan during the administration of former President Barack Obama. She played a crucial role in commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II that culminated in the historic visits of President Obama to Hiroshima and then-Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Pearl Harbor.

Likewise, according to the White House in the statement, he was at the forefront of educational reform efforts in New York City with the creation of public-private partnerships to promote arts education, school libraries, and performing arts spaces. 

CNN reported in July that Kennedy, who backed President Biden's candidacy in early 2020, was the leading candidate for the job. The former president's daughter also argued in a statement that Australia is an important country for America's security and prosperity.

For her part, figure skater Michelle Cowan is the most decorated figure skater in American history, having won 43 championships, including five world championships, nine national titles, and two Olympic medals.

Regarding her diplomatic career, she became the first Envoy for Public Diplomacy in 2006 and a decade. She traveled on behalf of the State Department to engage young people worldwide in social and educational issues. In addition, Kwan currently serves as treasurer and member of the Special Olympics organization, which organizes sporting events with people with intellectual disabilities.