The embattled former mayor of Chicago who lost her re-election bid last month after serving only one term is to teach leadership at Harvard, Your Content has learned.
Lori Lightfoot, 60, was mayor of Chicago from May 2019 until May this year: she was voted out after only one term.
On Thursday she confirmed that she is to teach leadership for a semester in the fall at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
The dean praised her ‘strong leadership in advocating for health, equity, and dignity for every resident of Chicago’: critics cite soaring crime and civil unrest,‘according to New York Post.