Senator Hillary Clinton Answers Questions From iVillage Community

Shares Wisdom & Photos From Her Life As A Mother, Wife, Daughter, First Lady And Senator

WHAT: Earlier this year,, the first and largest community of women online, gave its members a chance to submit questions they'd like to ask Senator Clinton. The response was overwhelming, with questions that ranged in focus, from her life at home to how to overcome child poverty in the US.

WHEN & WHERE: The most compelling questions, along with 10 special photos that span Senator Clinton's life and career, are part of a special feature, "Hillary Clinton: You Asked, She Answered," launching today on the site at,,cd3gc809,00.html and .

The feature is part of the iVillage Cares initiative: , which connects women around the world to each other to effect change. Recently, as part of iVillage Cares, iVillage published a journal from Laura Bush describing her trip to Africa, and Condoleezza Rice also answered questions from the iVillage community.

About iVillage

iVillage Inc., a division of NBC Universal , is the first and largest media company dedicated exclusively to connecting women at every stage of their lives. Ranked the #1 online destination for women with 31.4 million unique visitors (comScore MediaMetrix), offers an authentic community infused with compelling content from experts on health , parenting , pregnancy , beauty , style , fitness , relationships , food and entertainment . The site's interactive features include thousands of message boards and a wide variety of social networking tools, allowing women around the world to connect, share ideas, and seek advice and support about everything from fertility to fashion.

Established in 1995, iVillage's brand extensions include iVillage UK , iVillage Total Health and owned sites , GardenWeb and , in addition to the Newborn Channel . The company, acquired by NBC Universal in May 2006, is based in New York.