Growing up, “we” was a word I was taught to use much more often than “me”. I was raised in an environment where a strong emphasis was placed on my family and my community, and social justice and civic engagement define who I am.
This Mother’s Day, we’re celebrating the power of mothers, grandmothers, sisters and women worldwide. In our work, we’ve seen that when moms are empowered, they can transform families, communities, and even generations – they have a unique power to inspire us and make a difference.
On April 9, 2015, Chelsea Clinton participated in Harvard University’s Voices in Leadership webcast series to discuss her work at the Clinton Foundation, focusing on her experience with its health programs.
In March, students from over 75 countries and 300 schools came together in Miami for CGI University, where they made hundreds of Commitments to Action that address pressing challenges on their campuses or in communities around the world.
During Women’s History Month at the Clinton Foundation, we were reminded that it’s important to recognize the progress we’ve made when it comes to achieving the full participation of women and girls across all sectors, as well as the gaps that still remain.
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