At PATH, we value effective leadership at all levels of our organization. Our most senior leaders have a special responsibility to act with integrity, accept accountability, insist on excellence, and support innovation. They motivate and inspire PATH staff and our colleagues around the world.
PATH’s executive team is responsible for our strategy, finances, and management—as well as for our overall success in achieving our mission. Together, the team members have more than 100 years of experience working in the field of global health.
President and CEO, Interim Vice President of Product Development
Ayo Ajayi, MD, MPH
Vice President of International Development
Amie Batson, MBA
Chief Strategy Officer
Daniel Laster, JD
Chief Human Resources Officer
Jacqueline Sherris, PhD
Vice President of Public Health Impact
Vice President of External Relations
Eric Walker, MA
Vice President of Corporate Services, Interim Chief Financial Officer
Our global program leaders and country program leaders hail from all corners of the globe and from both the public sector and industry. Many are experts on specific diseases, and others offer expertise in the fields of immunization, maternal and child health, reproductive health, technology development, and vaccine development. They are responsible for program strategies, fundraising, and implementation.
Shared services directors
Our shared services divisions provide the infrastructure and cross-program services that support our program staff in doing their best work. Our shared services directors are experienced professionals in the fields of business development, communications, finance, fundraising, human resources, information technology, law, public health advocacy, and publishing.
Board of directors
Our board members are public health and business leaders from the countries we serve and the United States. The board provides governance and fiduciary oversight, sets policy, and assesses PATH’s overall performance. We are extremely grateful for their dedication and contribution to our work.