Her words on job opportunities certainly carry a heavy weight, especially for someone who works for the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, which her father quite literally invented.
When she was hired as a NBC News special correspondent in 2011, Chelsea Clinton raked in about $26,724 for every minute she was on air. Her pay stub read $600,000, and she was employed there for almost three years.
Now, as the 35-year-old covers the May issue of Elle magazine, she’s stating her strong views on gender equality in the workplace, and how she believes a woman president (ahem, her mother) would help America become a country of equal opportunity.
“One of the core values in this country is that we are the land of equal opportunity, but when equal hasn’t yet included gender, there is a fundamental challenge there that, I believe, having our first woman president—whenever that is—will help resolve,” Clinton, who wears a Gucci dress and Cartier bracelet on the cover, said.
“Who sits around the table matters. And who sits at the head of the table matters, too,” she said.