Angelina Jolie was back to working with one of her favorite organizations, the SOS Children's Villages, this week, when she met up with the first-ever Jolie Legal Fellow Nathalie Nozile. The Jolie-Pitt Foundation established the fellowship to award legal students the opportunity to spend time in Haiti advocating on behalf of underprivileged and orphaned children alongside government officials. Angelina was excited with the selection of Nathalie, and she issued a statement saying, "I am thrilled that Nathalie Nozile will be our first legal fellow in Haiti — where the need to enhance child protection is so great. Nathalie has a heartfelt commitment to improve conditions in her homeland, and brings to her work the unique perspective of growing up in an SOS Village. There, she learned firsthand the importance to a childhood of a stable and nurturing environment. Now, as a promising attorney, she will draw on her personal experience as she returns to help strengthen the Haitian judicial system. Nathalie will be working to help ensure equal access to justice and the protection of children's rights in Haiti."
The SOS Children's Villages programs in Haiti are especially important to Brad and Angelina, and she visited their facilities last February and also last June. Brad, meanwhile, was spotted Tuesday out in LA, where he and Angelina are hopefully prepping to make a cameo at Sunday's Golden Globes. She's nominated for her work in The Tourist — do you think she'll take home a statue? Make sure to select your picks on Buzz's ballot and enter to win $1,000!