NEW YORK, April 30 (UPI) -- Blake Lively wants to add "Harvard Business graduate" to her already impressive resume as an actress and now new mother.
The 27-year-old told Britain's Stylist magazine that she has her sights set on attending the prestigious school, she just needs to find the time.
In between filming movies and becoming a new mom to her 3-month-old daughter, James, Lively also runs her own lifestyle website, Preserve.
She told the magazine why she thinks things need to change for women in the business world and the political world.
"There are a lot of women in business, but they don't get enough opportunities," she says. "If you look at the facts, women spend the most on e-commerce sites, yet less than 30 percent of the companies that venture capitalists fund are female-driven, even though female-run companies are the most successful. Women connect with other women. So why are we are not looking at the numbers?"
The actress also expressed that there are even certain advancements for women that should be celebrated but can be bittersweet.
"Look at what is happening with Hillary Clinton, it's something to be very proud of. It's so uplifting, but the fact that we have to be proud of this advancement is a bit upsetting. I think whatever side you stand on, the fact that there's never been a woman leading this country where there are women leading households and leading companies, is a bit upsetting. What makes people think a man is more equipped to do that than a woman? Nothing."
Lively, who has been on a press tour for her newly released film, The Age of Adeline, was given the top honor of the 2015 Forbes 30 under 30 Hollywood and Entertainment list.