Vice President of Global Health , Save the Children
Robert Clay is vice president of Global Health for Save the Children, which gives children around the world a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. He works with the Department of Health and Nutrition to build upon Save the Children's sustained efforts to improve the health and nutritional status of women and children.
Prior to joining Save the Children, Robert was the deputy assistant administrator in the Bureau for Global Health at USAID, where he was intimately involved in USAID's efforts to drive innovation and leverage technology. He also chaired the Saving Mothers, Giving Life Leadership Council, and represented the U.S. government on the GAVI executive board.