Now that Serena Williams is done battling in this year’s Australian Open, the tennis star has set her sights on another goal.
The 34-year-old professional athlete has been in Jamaica doing charity work. Specifically, Williams was helping to build the Salt Marsh Primary School in Trelawny Parish.
The area, located on Jamaica’s northwest side, is the birthplace of Olympic runner Usain Bolt. Williams has been sharing photos of the trip on social media, and announced Wednesday (Feb. 10) that the school was officially complete.