The Clinton Foundation is a complex global charity that works around the world to improve lives. In 70 countries, more than 11.5 million patients have access to lower cost treatment and diagnostics for HIV/AIDS and malaria.
One of my favorite pastimes is to share meals and conversations with my friends, many of whom I have met throughout my development and fundraising career. We talk a lot about the causes and candidates we have championed and how far philanthropy has come in the past 15 years.Read More about Engaging the Next Generation to Give Back
Over the past holiday week, we have celebrated many traditions, including a day of thanks, days of deals, and a day of supporting our local restaurants and shops. And today, we are recognizing a new tradition – one that gives back to our community – #GivingTuesday.Read More about Giving Back to Our Communities
The Clinton Foundation Millennium Network brings together the next generation of young leaders and philanthropists. We asked Joanna Spilker, a member of the Clinton Foundation Millennium Network Host Committee, a few questions about the importance...Read More about Clinton Foundation Millennium Network Connections
In 1998, I travelled to Africa for the first time, visiting Ghana, Uganda, Senegal, Rwanda, Botswana, and South Africa. It was the start of what I hoped would become a new, collaborative relationship between the U.S. and Africa and a shared commitment to creating a better future. Since that trip – through my...Read More about Continuing A Commitment To Africa