Travel giant Expedia has expanded its board of directors from 13 seats to 14, and promptly elected Chelsea Clinton, according to an SEC filing.

“Ms. Clinton will be compensated in accordance with the Company’s standard compensation policies and practices for the Board, the components of which were disclosed in the Company’s Proxy Statement for its 2016 Annual Meeting of Stockholders, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on August 23, 2016,” the filing reads.

According to travel industry news site Skift, she’ll be paid a base compensation of $45,000 plus “restricted stock units valued at $250,000.”

Yesterday, it was announced Clinton was cashing in on the Elizabeth Warren kerfuffle by authoring a new children’s book.

The Daily Mail reported:

Chelsea Clinton will be releasing her first children’s book it was announced on Thursday, with the former first daughter penning a collection of stories about remarkable American women. 

‘She Persisted’ will hit bookshelves this May, and tell the true life tales of 13 women ‘who never took no for an answer.’

The collection of stories was inspired by Elizabeth Warren according to a release sent out by publisher Penguin Young Readers, and as evidenced by Chelsea’s decision to use the Massachusetts senator’s rally cry for the title of the book.

There is also speculation Clinton will run for office in the future, either for Congress or the New York City council.