America’s influential first daughter Ivanka Trump will have a new business book entitled “Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success” which is set to hit U.S. shelves on May 2.
As of now, pre-publication orders are already coming in. The 35-year-old first daughter has pledged to donate all of the books proceeds to charity. The beneficiary is yet to be specified.
Though the book may not do as much to help promote the business she used to run from New York’s Trump Tower, it is a proof that first daughter can separate herself from her namesake women’s fashion line.
When it comes to promotion of “Women Who Work,” Ivanka Trump and her company won’t jointly promote the book to maintain separation.
Portfolio, an imprint of Penguin Random House will be the one to publish “Women Who Work”. Portfolio signed Trump last November 2015. The manuscript of the book was already completed last October, just before the election.
Trump has been working on a new preface to take into account her father’s victory and her family’s very different circumstances.
The book description reads: “I’m an executive and an entrepreneur, but I’m also – and just as importantly – a wife, mother, daughter and friend. To me, ‘work’ encompasses my efforts to succeed in all of these areas.’’
Ivanka Trump, who is now occupying an office in the West Wing of the White House is working to find innovative and effective charities that will focus on education and entrepreneurship opportunities for women and girls. She is also planning to attend the W20 summit in Germany on the economic empowerment of women next month.
Trump said in an emailed statement that she is particularly interested in partnering with organizations who are looking towards the future – where women are now and where they want to go – to remove longstanding barriers to their success.