April 30, 2017 | The Editors

Don’t miss our one-of-a-kind Seattle celebration

Join PATH May 12 for an evening with Teen Vogue editor in chief Elaine Welteroth, actor Yara Shahidi, and others.
Elaine Welteroth, editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue.
Elaine Welteroth, editor in chief of Teen Vogue, is a featured speaker at PATH’s 40th anniversary event on May 12 at McCaw Hall in Seattle.

PATH turns 40 on May 12, and we’re bringing an amazing group of next-generation thinkers and doers to Seattle to celebrate with us! It’s a free event—and you’re invited.

  • May 12, 2017
  • 5:00–8:00 p.m.
  • McCaw Hall, Seattle Center (321 Mercer St.)

Register today

Where else can you hear rising stars from the worlds of culture, commerce, global health, and entertainment explore the intersection of innovation, activism, and women’s empowerment?

Learn how these cutting-edge thinkers are working to change the world around them—and find out what you can do to build a healthier, more equitable future for people everywhere.

Join us at McCaw Hall for this one-of-a-kind event. Our guests include:

  • Elaine Welteroth, editor in chief of Teen Vogue.
  • Yara Shahidi, activist and actor on the award-winning comedy Black-ish.
  • Shiza Shahid, cofounder of NOW Ventures and Malala Fund.
  • Brian Atuhaire, PATH vaccine program officer and advocate in Uganda.
  • Onyinye Edeh, Institute for Current World Affairs fellow and founder of Strong Enough Girls.
  • Jonathan Sposato, serial entrepreneur, chairman of GeekWire, and CEO of PicMonkey.

Read more about our guests and register here for this free event.

Come early or stay late for interactive demonstrations of PATH’s past and current projects, global happy hour bites, and a cash bar.

40 incredible years

For 40 years, PATH has been partnering with countries, companies, and other nonprofits to help nations solve the health problems that matter most to them. We design, develop, and deliver innovations that touch an average of 150 million lives every year.

The Seattle Times called out PATH’s 40th anniversary in a recent op-ed, saying that Seattle and the state of Washington should be proud of the “incredible global-health work” happening in the region’s backyard. “Some of the babies being saved from malaria today will eventually start companies and perhaps lead countries,” the Times noted.

Others will celebrate birthdays, fall in love, contribute to their communities, and live to their fullest potential—because they have access to good health.

At PATH, we’re proud to be from a region teeming with generosity and ingenuity, a place where others share our unshakeable commitment to the world’s most vulnerable women and children. Our model of partnership and innovation couldn’t have evolved anywhere else.

If you’re a longtime PATH supporter, come out on May 12 to celebrate what we’ve accomplished together. If you’re new to PATH, come get to know us better—and be part of the movement to build a better future. All are welcome!

Questions about PATH’s May 12 event? Email events@path.org.

The PATH 40th anniversary mark in the foreground, set against an image of a group of smiling children raising their arms.

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