Conversation with Chelsea Clinton: Health Care Equity for Minorities
Updated: Apr 28
In an interview with ECC and Davos Lab, Chelsea Clinton shares her insights into protecting vulnerable groups amid the COVID-19 pandemic through health policy and social action.
Our distinguished guest today, Chelsea Clinton, is the Vice Chair of the humanitarian Clinton Foundation, public health advocate, and New York Times best-selling author.
As Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation, Chelsea Clinton works alongside the Foundation’s leadership and partners to help create economic opportunity, improve public health, and inspire civic engagement across the U.S. and around the world. In addition, Chelsea also teaches health policy and management at Columbia University and has authored non-fiction books, including #1 New York Times bestselling She Persisted:13 American Women Who Changed the World and most recently She Persisted in Sports.
Bincheng Mao, founder of the nonprofit East Coast Coalition for Tolerance (ECC), serves as the moderator. As an awardee of Clinton Foundation's COVID-19 Student Action Fund, Bincheng launched "Equitable Health Care Access for Minorities" project, assisting 85,000+ minorities with language barriers in seeking medical attention.
Unscripted is an interview series produced by the East Coast Coalition for Tolerance and Non-Discrimination (ECC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting inclusion and equity for marginalized minorities.
This conversation was held in partnership with the Global Shapers Community Shanghai Hub I - Davos Lab. Global Shapers Community is an initiative of the World Economic Forum.