Carolyn Reynolds

Carolyn Reynolds is PATH's vice president for Policy and Advocacy where she leads a team of more than 40 staff across seven countries to inform and improve policies, strengthen advocacy capacity, and increase resources that improve the health and well-being of people across Asia and Africa. She also serves as PATH’s principal representative to the US government and multilateral organizations. Prior to PATH, Ms. Reynolds was senior adviser and manager for external and corporate relations at the World Bank Group where she led strategic communications and policy advocacy efforts in global health, education, and human development. Previously, Reynolds was managing director for the US Global Leadership Campaign, where she led the successful Impact '08 issue advocacy campaign to elevate global health, development and "smart power" during the 2008 US presidential election. She also directed advocacy and legislative efforts for InterAction, and served as legislative aide and acting Africa subcommittee director for the late US Senator Paul Simon (D-IL). Ms. Reynolds holds an MA in Economic and Political Development from Columbia University and a BA from the University of Virginia.