After the Netflix teen comedy-drama, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, was released last year the stars, Noah Centineo and Lana Condor, became instant celebrities. Lana since then has garnered 7.6 million followers and Centineo 17.3 million. Those numbers are likely only going to grow, as the sequel in the trilogy of movies is set to be released in 2020.

Lana has been taking part in missions across the world to help others. This week she posted a series of photos with former president Barack Obama while working in Malaysia with the Obama Foundation.

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Lana can be seen looking star struck while having a conversation with Obama while wearing a beautiful white sleeveless dress with blue and green embroidery.

Condor was also on a panel of Obama Foundation Leaders where she was speaking about world issues and “listening to all of the amazing Obama Leaders tell their stories and seeing how hard they’re working to make a positive difference in our world.”

Lana was even featured in an Instagram post from Michelle Obama, the former first lady. Michelle captioned, “This week I sat down with Lana Condor and some Obama Leaders for a conversation about the transformative power of girls’ education.” A conversation which left Condor “inspired” and in “awe.”

She also posted pictures of herself in a workshop where the Obama Foundation was building chairs and desks for under-resourced schools.

Lana said “being in Malaysia with the Obama Foundation has been a surreal experience.”