Manch..... been mulling over this. First, the best role model your kids can have is you and your wife. If you believe in them, they will believe in themselves. If you tell them that they can be the POTUS, they just have to work really hard, they will believe you.
Second, I can accept why it would be important to you to have a woman as a president--and there are examples across the globe of such women--but unfortunately, Hillary's success is in her husband's tracks. Without him, she'd never had made it this far. Maybe she'd be a senator from Arkansas. Maybe.
It's not the lesson we really want for our daughters is it? That the way you become a successful woman is to marry a man, stick with him as he rises in power and popularity even if he is an unfaithful dickhead, and then create your own career after you've made contact with enough of his colleagues or his Kingship made you Queen? Not the example of a successful woman I want my daughter to grow up with. It's worse than a Disney princess movie!
There are some very successful CEOs and CFOs. Inspire your kids with them. Maybe you could arrange a meeting with Cheryl Sandberg or something. There are also entrepreneurship programs just for girls. SF has a lot of opportunities and a lot of good mentors for rising young women.