Last November, Secretary Clinton announced the Clinton Foundation’s newest initiative No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project. In the few months since then, we’ve already reached some remarkable milestones.
Last night, Chelsea joined Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show where she talked about what’s she’s looking forward to at this year’s Clinton Global Initiative University, where more than 1,000 students are gathering at Arizona State University.
One year ago, Hurricane Sandy took 72 lives, destroyed thousands of homes and affected millions of people across the Eastern United States, including in New York City.
To celebrate International Day of the Girl this year, Chelsea Clinton reflects on six girls she's met through the Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative, and how they've inspired her.
The idea of community service is as old as America itself. Older really. Benjamin Franklin helped form the first volunteer fire department in Philadelphia in 1736, spawning a movement that continues to this day in communities throughout the country.
The United Nation's Development Programme estimates that women do 66% of the world’s work, but only earn 10% of the world’s income. Coca-Cola is working to bridge this divide.