Chelsea Clinton is visiting Haiti with a group of investors and philanthropists to oversee development of projects financed by the Clinton Foundation.

The two-day trip begins Tuesday and will include visits to businesses in Port-au-Prince and the Mirebalais community northeast of the capital.

Clinton is the foundation's vice chair. She's accompanied by Donna Shalala, its president.

The two also will host a meeting about women's roles in the Haitian workforce and their access to markets.

The Clinton Foundation says it has helped raise more than $30 million for Haiti since a devastating 2010 earthquake.

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton founded the global charity after leaving the White House. The foundation's finances have received intense scrutiny as Hillary Rodham Clinton seeks the White House.