Chelsea Clinton, the former first daughter, has quietly taken on the co-chairmanship of New York University's new multifaith organization, the Of Many Institute, according to reports.
Clinton, 33, is taking on the role as co-founder and co-chair of the new Of Many Institute, reports the New York Post. The purpose of the program, which is part of the university's Center for Spiritual Life, is to "develop multifaith dialogue and train multifaith leaders," the university says.
According to a New York University rep, Clinton's been involved with the institute "for some time," but the school's been keeping Clinton's role incredibly quiet.
Chelsea Clinton has been very busy with her role as an assistant vice provost at NYU, a special contributor to NBC News, and is pursuing a doctorate degree from Oxford. We're sure she'll figure it out, especially since this multifaith position is a great fit for her.
"With all candor, because my husband is Jewish and I'm Christian, and we're both practicing, it's something that's quite close to home," Clinton told Time in September.
Meanwhile, Clinton and her banker husband Marc Mezvinsky recently bought "a $10.5 million luxury apartment across the street from Madison Square Park.