Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she still plans to make her voice heard on issues related to the future and isn't "going anywhere."

"There is too much at stake not to speak out about the things that matter most," Clinton said Monday night at the University of California-Davis.

"Some of those people online and elsewhere who were saying like ‘You know, we kind of wish she'd just wouldn't say anything anymore' and ‘we kinda just hopes she disappears' have not been following me for the last 40 years, I can tell you that much. I am not going anywhere other than right into the middle of the debate about the future."

Clinton shared how she coped after the election by recounting practicing yoga and alternate nostril breathing, taking walks in the woods, organizing closets, and also drinking chardonnay. Additionally, she shared the launch of her new organization.

"Now I also started a new organization called Onward Together, which I write about at the end of the book, and it is designed to do a couple of things to encourage the outpouring of activism and engagement that we're seeing across America now.

"I still yell at my TV, I admit that, but it helps a lot to be able to channel the worry and the pent up emotion into something constructive. And I hope that many of you here tonight will come to that same conclusion about how important it is to stay engaged, stay active, fight for causes and candidates you believe will make a difference."

Clinton has been promoting her new book, What Happened, that was released last month. She recounts her 2016 presidential campaign and what occurred behind the scenes.