Angelina Jolie is rounding out her resume, which already contains multiple line items under activist, actor and humanitarian. Edward Felsenthal, editor-in-chief and CEO of Time announced Wednesday that Jolie has joined the publication as a contributing editor. Jolie will tackle a variety of topics, with a focus on displacement, conflict and human rights on a global scale.

Jolie reportedly plans to draw on her 18 years of experience working with the U.N. Refugee Agency, where she serves as the Special Envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and has carried out over 60 field missions to refugees. Her most recent missions have taken place in Colombia, Peru and Bangladesh.

Her first piece for Time was published Wednesday, which coincided with World Refugee Day. In it, she explains why refugees should be treated with dignity, and calls on the U.S. to

Jolie will next star in the upcoming films Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, The One and Only Ivan, Come Away and Those Who Wish Me Dead.