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job: Chelsea Clinton has joined the board of Internet media company IACShe has already
been forced to deny rumours that her marriage is in trouble.
But now Chelsea
Clinton has set tongues wagging once more by joining the board of a
company which owns the world’s biggest dating website.
The daughter of
former president Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has
announced she will take up the post with Internet media company IAC,
which owns Match.com.
The website is the
largest of its kind in the world and has 20million members in 25 million
The appointment is
the first directorship for Ms Clinton, 31, and she will be the youngest
board member by seven years.
But the offer has a
certain irony that will not be lost on her, given the rumours about her
marriage to Marc Mezvinsky, 38.
A matter of months
after they got hitched in a lavish ceremony in Rhinebeck, New York, last
August it was claimed that there were problems between them.
She supposedly wanted a family immediately but then changed her mind, leaving Mr Mezvinsky distraught.
The rumours escalated
when he quit his job with private equity company 3G and went on an
extended skiing holiday in Wyoming, whilst she remained at their home in
The two have since put the controversy behind them and have been seen together in New York holding hands and looking the picture of wedded bliss.
Mr Mezvinsky is
reportedly starting up his own investment firm whilst Ms Clinton is
studying at NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service whilst remotely doing
a doctorate at Oxford University in England.
When she takes up her
post she will earn $50,000 a year with $250,000 stock options for giving
her advice on Match.com and other IAC ventures such as CollegeHumor, the
Daily Beast and Newsweek magazine.
On the board with her
will be captains of industry with considerably more experience than her
including Michael Eisner, the former chief of Walt Disney, and Edgar
Bronfman Jr, the chairman of Warner Music Group.
Ms Clinton has
previously served on the boards of several non-profits, including the
School of American Ballet.
Paul Lapides, head of
the Corporate Governance Center at Kennesaw State University in Georgia,
told the Wall St Journal that her connections may have helped her to get
the job at IAC at such a young age.
‘There's no question that she knows a lot of people,’ he said.
Fortunately she will
also be amongst friends - IAC, or Interactive Corp, is owned by Barry
Diller who supported Bill Clinton in the 1992 presidential election, and
backed Hillary Clinton in her own unsuccessful run for President in
appointment is the latest example of how she is steadily building up her
She recently created
her first Facebook page which got 7,800 ‘likes’ in just 24 hours - with
some fans calling for her to run for president.
She also recetnly
appeared on stage with her mother and father at the Clinton Global
Initiative where she quizzed them both about world affairs.
An IAC spokeswoman said: ‘Ms Clinton is a keenly intelligent, insightful and inspirational young woman with experience in consulting and public policy’.