Hillary Clinton may not be president, but she's still out there standing up for people across the nation.
The former first lady, senator and secretary of state made a digital appearance to help kick off the annual MAKERS Conference on Monday night.
She made a surprise video statement for the conference, which supports female leaders. It was filmed after the inauguration and the Women's March.
Clinton declares that she still has optimism for women. She says in the video,
"The future is female" is a famous phrase used on a t-shirt by and for feminists in the 1970s.
The first woman to win a popular vote says that now more than ever, we need to "be bold," which is the theme of this year's MAKERS Conference.
Clinton tells the viewers to remember we are the "heroes and history makers, the glass ceiling breakers of the future."
She goes on to repeat a famous line from the speech she gave after losing the presidential election in November:
Clinton has worked with MAKERS before and has previously told stories on its platform, including a filmed interview she gave several years ago.