Ginny Ehrlich is the chief executive officer of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI). In her role, Ginny is responsible for driving CHMI’s strategic vision and fostering partnerships of great purpose across the public, private and nonprofit sectors. Prior to her role with the CHMI, Ginny served as the chief executive officer for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, where she built high-level strategic partnerships leading to more than 30 million children and youth having access to healthier foods and more physical activity in schools, communities, and in their homes. Previously, Ginny served as a project director for RMC Health where she directed a national training project and provided strategic consultation to multiple national organizations and state agencies. In 1999, Ginny founded Oregon’s Healthy Kids Learn Better Partnership, a public-private partnership to address Oregon students’ needs. Ginny holds a doctorate degree in Educational Policy and masters’ degrees in both Public Health and in Special Education and was recognized as one of the top 20 change agents by Health Leaders in 2012.