Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation: #INBOUND15 Featured Speaker

Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation, is no stranger to the spotlight. And while living in the public eye comes with its fair share of pressure, Chelsea is using her amplified voice to do good.

Serving as the vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, Chelsea is committed to improving global and domestic health, creating service opportunities, and empowering future generations — among many other notable initiatives.

That said, we’re excited to announce that Chelsea will be joining us this September in Boston for our annual INBOUND event.

Here are a few reasons why we’re looking forward to hearing from Chelsea:

She’s involved in inspiring projects.

Since joining the Clinton Foundation board back in 2011, she’s had her hands in a ton of inspiring projects, such as the No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project — an initiative to break down the barriers that keep women from equal access, representation, and compensation.

She’s a forward thinker.

Committed to helping build the next generation of leaders, Chelsea recently announced that she’ll be publishing her first book, It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going, for readers ages 10-14. The book will explain some of the world’s biggest challenges and explore ways young people can make a difference.

She embraces social media.

All of Chelsea’s social media accounts directly reflect her passion and commitment to raising awareness for remarkable campaigns and causes. When she’s not building conversations around her latest #NoCeilings work or updating her followers on how they can help advance opportunities for girls and women in #Haiti, she’s sharing articles on the inspiring work of others.

Don’t want to miss out on additions to the INBOUND 2015 lineup? Register here.

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