On Tuesday, Clinton tweeted a letter from 12-year-old Boerum Hill student Olivia who told the Democratic presidential candidate that she couldn't wait for the United States to have its first woman president
Olivia is a student at Mary McDowell Friends School, a school for children with learning disabilities.
In her letter, Olivia told Clinton she had dyslexia and ADHD.
"The school is fairly expensive and I wish that there were more public schools that can help kids with Dyslexia like me," she wrote in the letter.
She even offered to help out at Clinton's Brooklyn Heights' campaign headquarters nearby.
"I bet I would be the youngest member of your campaign."
Olivia described herself as "a little feminist" who wanted to "help all women with equal rights."
And to quote Clinton's tweet, "Olivia 2040, anybody?"
A 12-year-old feminist named Olivia wrote Hillary this brave, heartwarming letter. Olivia 2040, anybody? pic.twitter.com/5ZEKdOpTrQ— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 3, 2015