Kim Kardashian West returned to the White House on Thursday to speak at a criminal justice event in the East Room.
WATCH Kim's speech here (you go, girl):
Addressing an audience of White House officials and supporters of the First Step Act, the reality TV queen turned prison reform advocate announced a new administrative policy aimed at easing financial pressure on former inmates looking for employment.
"I am so happy to announce today that we have a ride-share partnership, where formerly incarcerated people will be gifted gift cards so that they can get rides to and from job interviews, to and from jobs and family members. That is so important, so needed," Kardashian, 37, said.
The project has been launched with the support of President Donald Trump, who praised Kardashian's decision to study law saying: "She's going to be one of the most successful lawyers, I hate to tell all my lawyers back there!"
Trump also remembered Kim's famous father, Robert Kardashian, who was a member of O.J. Simpson's legal team during his trial for the murder of Nicole Brown.
"I knew her father and I know she has good genes. She's been a good friend and her husband has been a good friend of mine."
Kim's rapper and fashion designer husband Kanye West is a vocal support of the Trump administration and has been credited for securing African American support for the controversial politician.
Last year, the KKW Beauty founder met with President Trump in the Oval Office to petition for the pardon and release of 63-year-old great-grandmother Alice Marie Johnson who had been imprisoned for a low level drug offense since 1997.
Trump commuted Johnson's life sentence and granted clemency one week later, the sixth time he has done so since taking office, Harper's Bazaar notes.
Attorney and non-profit founder Van Jones told Vogue that Kardashian's appeal for Johnson's release was "the most effective, emotionally intelligent intervention I've ever seen in American politics", Yahoo News reports.
Before speaking at Thursday's event, the reality star sat between Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner who she worked with last year on the passage of the First Step Act.
The First Step Act provides a support framework for second chance hiring, increasing former inmates chances to thrive after leaving prison.
In April, Kim announced her intention to take the California state 'baby bar' in 2022, meaning she will skip the traditional and time-consuming route of going to law school.
According to The Washington Post, California, Vermont, Virginia and Washington do not require a law degree as a prerequisite for taking the bar.
The mother-of-four - who shares daughters North and Chicago and sons Saint and Psalm with Kanye West - started an apprenticeship with a criminal justice law firm in San Francisco during the summer of 2018.