Chelsea Clinton at CARE National Conference

Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation joined by other provocative speakers at the 2017 CARE National Conference with:

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, Founder and Editor-in-Chief;
Barbara Pierce Bush, CEO/Co-Founder, Global Health Corps;
Secretary Elaine L. Chao, U.S. Secretary of Transportation;
Musimbi Kanyoro, President/CEO, Global Fund for Women;
Katie Meyler, CEO/Founder, More Than Me;
Michelle Nunn, President/CEO, CARE;
Mariela Shaker, Activist/Syrian Violinist

“Once you have figured something out.. how can you ensure to make yourself visible,” said Chelsea Clinton as reflected on the power of connectivity of women striving together; her grandmother’s abandonment at a young age and how her counselor who gave her grandmother confidence, “it was all worth it” says Chelsea.

Other topics covered at the conference: 

Storytelling: Tapping the Power of Narrative

Everyone loves a good story. That’s why stories are so effective for engaging an audience and inspiring action. However, translating complex issues and ideas on top of technological challenges can challenge our natural inclinations to tell a compelling story. Andy Goodman will explain why storytelling is the single most powerful communication tool you possess, and he will offer tips for using stories to advance your mission and purpose.

Chelsea Clinton at 2017 CARE National Conference. CeCe Cole/Silke Endress

Women’s Economic Empowerment

CARE pioneered the “Village Savings and Loan Association” (VSLA) in 1991 and is the recognized leader in the savings-led approach. In Africa alone, CARE has supported more than five million savings group members, nearly 80 percent of whom are women, across 31 countries. The estimated savings for those five million savings group members is $290,000,000.

Gender Based Violence

Gender-based violence (GBV) is one of the most pervasive and least recognized human rights abuses in the world. Rooted in historically unequal power between men and women, GBV results in profound social and economic costs.

See CARE National Conference full agenda here