(CNN) - Should Hillary Clinton decide to run for president again, she doesn't need to worry about convincing daughter Chelsea.
"She's my mom. I'm just unabashedly, unapologetically biased towards her, because I think she's just awesome in every way. She exemplifies and supports and advocates for so much of what I believe in," the younger Clinton told CNN's Michaela Pereira in an interview. All three Clintons - former President Bill, former Secretary of State Hillary, and former First Daughter Chelsea - are in Chicago for the meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative.
The foundation started by the former president was recently renamed the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation to reflect the entire family's contributions.
In the interview with CNN, Chelsea said one of her priorities is helping young women find role models in male-dominated fields.
"We need Hollywood to make movies and television shows about sexy female engineers. At the fourth grade level, girls at the same percentages of boys say they're interested in careers in engineering or math or astrophysics, but by eighth grade that has dropped precipitously."
"I think that they're not seeing role models," Clinton explained. "They're seeing boys who are astronauts. They're seeing boys who are engineers. They're seeing boys who start Facebook or Google and they're not seeing girls, and it's really hard to imagine yourself as something that you don't see, particularly, when you're a kid."