Clinton Foundation CEO and President Donna Shalala suffered a stroke late Tuesday night, former President Bill Clinton and his daughter Chelsea said in a joint statement. The 74-year-old was stricken after the Clinton Global Initiative event, which began Saturday, and was taken to the hospital, according to the statement. “Initial reports are very encouraging,” the statement added. Shalala served as secretary of Health and Human Services in Clinton’s cabinet for eight years before she went on to become the president of the University of Miami. She left the school in August and became the head of the Clinton Foundation, succeeding Eric Braverman, who resigned abruptly in January.