Hillary Clinton announced Thursday that outspoken liberal comedian Amy Schumer will join her and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for a “live virtual conversation” on March 7, the eve of International Women’s Day.
“Exciting news: @AmySchumer and @linahidalgotx will team up with @TeamPelosi and me for a virtual conversation on the eve of International Women’s Day,” the failed 2016 presidential candidate tweeted.
Schumer will moderate the conversation, hosted by multiple left-wing PACs, according to a promotional graphic.
“There is no one more fitting than Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton to receive the Forbes International Women’s Day Lifetime Achievement Award,” said Randall Lane, chief content officer and Forbes editor.
According to Forbes, the summit will gather individuals deemed remarkable under the age of 30, as well as those over the age of 50.