The reality star wore a black pencil skirt, a white and black silk striped blouse and her go-to patent slingback pumps for a business meeting at the Creative Artists Agency in Beverly Hills, California, on Monday.
The talent agency represents Jenner for her speaking engagements, and she is also working with the CAA Foundation to develop a philanthropic strategy that will focus on LGBTQ issues.
Jenner is being represented by top agent Jeff Frasco, who also reps Carrie Underwood, Gordon Ramsay and more – notably, he closed David Beckham's reported $250 million deal to join the Los Angeles Galaxy soccer team.
Jenner's most recent public engagement was at the 2015 ESPY Awards, where she accepted ESPN's Arthur Ashe Courage Award in an emotional and powerful speech.
The 65-year-old's eight-part docuseries I Am Cait, which follows the former Olympian's life post-transition, premiered Sunday.
In the first episode alone, Jenner mentored transgender youth, bonded with youngest daughter Kylie and, of course, built her new wardrobe.
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I Am Cait airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on E!.