ONE Campaign President/CEO Gayle Smith Discusses Humanitarian Work In Washington Post Interview

Washington Post Magazine: The former head of USAID on the consequences of war and famine
“Gayle Smith, 63, is the president and CEO of the ONE Campaign, a nonpartisan, nonprofit advocacy organization fighting extreme poverty and preventable diseases, particularly in Africa. She served as a top adviser on development issues in the Clinton and Obama administrations, most recently as administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development. … ‘[T]hroughout my career, as a journalist, in NGOs, inside and outside government, I have been a big believer in investing in our common humanity. I think it’s in our interest to do so. I think it’s right to do so. And it actually works…'” (Ottesen, 4/2).

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