Kathy Cahill is PATH’s vice president of International Development. In this role, she oversees our global network of country-based programs, optimizing PATH’s public health impact in any given country and bolstering the sustainability of our programmatic portfolio across countries.
Ms. Cahill has more than 20 years of experience in public health, with a background in strategy leadership of programs for sexually transmitted infections, childhood immunization, HIV, noncommunicable diseases, and maternal and child health. She is the senior partner and founder of AHISMA Group, a global health company focused on health systems strengthening, policy development, program assessment, and monitoring and evaluation of infectious and noncommunicable disease programs in low-resource settings.
Previously, Ms. Cahill served as our interim vice president for Public Health Impact. Before joining PATH in 2014, she served as deputy director of Integrated Health Solutions for Global Health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as director for Policy, Planning, and Evaluation and division director for Immunization Service Delivery.
Ms. Cahill received an MPH from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a BA from Central Washington University.