“What inspires me most are people who imagine and implement solutions to challenges in their own lives, in their communities, in our country and around the world.” ~ Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair of Clinton Foundation

Summary: Although Chelsea Clinton spent her youth as a public figure as the daughter of President Bill Clinton and future senator and secretary of state Hillary Clinton, she went on to make a name for herself by attending Stanford University and Columbia for an M.P.H. and eventually becoming an NBC News correspondent in 2011, a position she held for just shy of three years. She is an advocate for women’s rights, AIDS research, and global humanitarianism. Now a Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation, she helps with the foundation’s goals of empowering women and girls and advocating for global issues such as health and climate change.

Nationality: American

Industry: Technology

Q: Where does your empowerment come from? on variety.com

A: At the moment, I find empowerment, inspiration, and, in the best sense, obligation from my children. I didn’t know I could care any more intensely about all the things I already cared about until I became a mom and found out that I could.

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