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Clinton Health Access Initiative names Shah as new CEO

The Clinton Health Access Initiative selected Dr. Neil Buddy Shah as its new CEO Thursday, a sign of the global health organization’s move towards growth in low- and middle-income nations and use of new philanthropic efforts to help fund the expansion

“Far too many of our fellow humans die from preventable causes or lack the opportunity to live their fullest lives, simply by accident of the circumstances of their birth,” Shah said in a statement. “I believe that CHAI has the people, skills, and track record to drive transformational impact in changing this reality, alongside our government partners.”

Alan Schwartz, CHAI’s chairman of the board and its CEO search committee, said Shah’s experience “is a perfect fit for CHAI’s next phase of growth.”


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