"I have some interest in the public sphere and I wanted to ask: What advice would you give your 23-year-old self or me?" Gorman asked of the former Secretary of State and the Speaker of the House during the discussion, which was held as part of a celebration of International Women's Day.
"You have the ability to express aspirations and give people a voice that they didn't know they had," Clinton shared. "And good leadership does that."
"So if you follow through with your goal of running for president, you can take every day and think about how you can use your gift to try to lift up other people so that they know they're not alone," she added.
Meanwhile, Pelosi told Gorman to "know you are special."
"Your contribution is different from anyone else's," she shared. "They should be inspired by you."
The event -- which was hosted by Chrissy Teigen -- benefitted Pelosi's political action committee PAC to the Future, as well as Clinton's Onward Together Committee. Both groups back and support female Democratic politicians and their political endeavors.
Throughout the special panel conversation, Gorman asked the politicians questions posed by those in the virtual audience, and they emphasized the importance of getting involved in politics, especially for women, to fight for inclusion and representation.
"It sounds repetitious, but every opportunity I get, I want to say to young women: Know your power," Pelosi reiterated. "This will sound a little harsh -- but when you get into the arena and you're fighting for what you believe in, sometimes it can get negative."
"Sometimes you have to be ready to take a punch," she said, adding that you "also have to be ready to throw a punch."
"It's a tough environment, it's not for the faint of heart," Clinton knowingly added. "It's not an easy road, but it is so rewarding. I am so grateful that I've had the chance to serve, that I've had the chance to stand up and fight for what I believed in and that I've had the chance to help people."