When I left the White House in 2001 and returned to life as a private citizen, I wanted to continue working in areas I had long cared about, where I believed I could still make an impact. That’s what the Clinton Foundation has tried to do, by creating opportunities and solving problems faster, …
This month, Donna Shalala celebrates one year as president of the Clinton Foundation. We asked her to take us back on a photo journey of some of her most memorable moments.
From music to the automotive industry, Detroit captured the world’s attention as a unique symbol of American ingenuity. Eyes are once again on the Motor City, anxious to see how it recovers from ongoing housing challenges and persistent barriers to attracting and retaining residents.
This blog is part of a series where Donna Shalala, President of the Clinton Foundation, shares updates on Clinton Foundation programs. View the previous entries here.
Over the last two decades, maternal mortality has nearly halved and the gap between the number of boys and girls enrolling in primary schools globally has almost closed. These are examples of the important progress that has been made for girls and women in the areas of health and education.
The Clinton Foundation has a strong commitment to transparency and accountability. In fact, we take measures that make us one of the most transparent nonprofits in the world—including disclosing all of our donors on a quarterly basis.