Chelsea Clinton Biography
(American Writer, Global Health Advocate and Daughter of Former U.S. President Bill Clinton)
Birthday: February 27, 1980 (Pisces)
Born In: Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Chelsea Victoria Clinton is the daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton and a member of one of the most prominent political families of the US. She was a major voice of support during her mother’s 2016 presidential campaign and even introduced her mother at the ‘Democratic National Convention’ in Philadelphia, when the latter won the ‘Democratic’ presidential nomination in 2016. Chelsea became the center of attention in 1993, when her father was elected to the ‘White House,’ and spent much of her teenage years in the public eye. Chelsea has studied in prestigious institutions such as ‘Stanford University,’ ‘University of Oxford,’ and ‘Columbia University’ and has a doctorate degree in international relations. She is a philanthropist and an advocate of women’s rights and women empowerment. She gained valuable experience while working at the consulting firm ‘McKinsey & Company.’ She has also worked for the hedge fund company ‘Avenue Capital Group’ and the TV network ‘NBC.’ Her wide work experience has helped her in her current role of the vice chair of the ‘Clinton Foundation,’ her family’s philanthropic venture. In addition, she is an adjunct professor at ‘Columbia University’s ‘Mailman School of Public Health’ and serves on the boards of the ‘School of American Ballet,’ the ‘Africa Center,’ ‘InterActiveCorp’ (IAC), ‘Expedia,’ ‘Clover Health,’ and the ‘Weill Cornell Medical College.’ She is married to Marc Mezvinsky and has two children.