Washington: Ivanka Trump's advocacy for women and girls is taking her to a conference in Berlin today.
The international outing is aimed at building support for investment in women's economic empowerment programs.
Back home, the first daughter's plan to push for policies that benefit working mothers is getting less of the spotlight.
Trump, an unpaid White House adviser, has not yet offered specific legislation or publicly revealed how she plans to move forward with the child care and family leave policies she promoted during her father's campaign.
But a senior administration official says she and others have been working quietly behind the scenes to revise her campaign proposals and build momentum.