Senior PATH leaders are participating in the seventh annual Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting from September 20 to 22 in New York City. This invitation-only event brings together an estimated 1,200 heads of state, chief executives from Fortune 500 companies, national and local government officials, nonprofit directors, and other global leaders to discuss solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
PATH president and CEO Dr. Christopher J. Elias and vice president of External Relations Scott Jackson are representing PATH at the event, which focuses this year on three topic areas: generating employment, sustainable consumption, and scaling up successful strategies to empower girls and women.
At CGI, PATH is announcing two new commitments that will help us expand our work in child and reproductive health:
Started in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, CGI encourages members to collaborate on “commitments to action” that provide practical solutions to global issues. As part of the event, PATH also will be an exhibitor at the CGI Exchange on Sept. 21, a forum for members to network and showcase progress on CGI commitments.