Ginny Ehrlich

Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation

Partnerships among the private, public, and social sectors are a powerful force for aligning disparate voices to improve health. At the Clinton Health Matters Initiative, we are guided by the belief that no one has all the answers, but we can bring together the people who can find them. When bonds form, positive and measurable change ensues.

Background

Ginny Ehrlich is the Chief Executive Officer of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI). Prior to her role with the CHMI, Ginny served as the Chief Executive Officer for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, where she raised more than $60 million to support Alliance programs, built high-level strategic partnerships with leading child health organizations, and guided the Alliance’s Healthy Schools Program from its inception through its growth to reaching more than 16,000 schools in all 50 states.

Previously, Ginny served as a Project Director for RMC Health where she directed a national training project and consulted with multiple national organizations and state departments of health and education. In 1999, Ginny founded Oregon’s Healthy Kids Learn Better Partnership, a public-private partnership comprised of several state agencies and over forty non-governmental organizations that now work together to address the physical, social and emotional health needs of Oregon students. In total, Ms. Ehrlich has spent more than 20 years in public health and education in a number of capacities ranging from the classroom to national levels.

Ginny holds a Doctorate degree in Educational Policy and Masters’ degrees in both Public Health and in Special Education. She was recognized as one of the top 20 change agents by Health Leaders in 2012. She is actively involved in a number of civic and professional organizations committed to improve child health and well-being. In her spare time, she enjoys running, tennis and hiking.

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