Alisa Swidler has spent the last 20 years creating strategic partnerships, with a focus on global health initiatives, across the developing world. An active Ambassador for the Clinton Foundation, Alisa worked with the Clinton Global Initiative Asia to source and transport vaccines into remote areas of Timor Leste; supported the Small Farmer Initiative in Malawi; and organized fundraising events in London and New York City for the Foundation. She recently traveled with the Clintons for a site visit on the work of the Foundation in Puerto Rico. Alisa works to increase access for HIV treatment for adolescents and mothers in South Africa as a Trustee of Charlize Theron’s Africa Outreach Project; and has served on the Boards of the Sabin Vaccine Institute, and One Water. Alisa Swidler is a graduate of Hobart and William Smith College, and has a Master’s in Urban Planning from NYU. She is married and the mother of five children, and recently returned to the United States after living in London.