She runs a website dedicated to #WomenWhoWork. She is a working mother herself. And she recently spoke out about women's rights in the workplace at her father Donald Trump's rally.
However, while Ivanka Trump may promote herself an advocate for working women, the women who work for her aren’t reaping any special freedoms.
"As president, my father would change the labour laws that were put in place at a time when women were not a significant portion of the work force," said Ivanka recently at the Republican Convention. "He will focus on making quality childcare affordable and accessible for all."
Trump is also about to release a book called Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success, which looks at the ability of women to achieve both personal and career goals.
And yet while she is head of Trump’s family-friendly policies, Ivanka doesn’t extend these luxuries to her own workers. The Washington Post reports that an anonymous fashion designer for the G-III Apparel Group (which licenses the Ivanka Trump line) says the company only allows 12 weeks of unpaid leave (the legal minimum.)
Neither GIII, nor Ivanka Trump responded to the claims of The Washington Post.