In the four years since they’ve been doing this, those executives have saved two lives because they were prepared with the right skills when someone needed help.
Gail McGovern, President and CEO of the American Red Cross, talks about what she aspires to do in 2012.
This past month I had the wonderful opportunity to meet and reflect on some of my heroes—people who have shown extraordinary courage and selflessness on behalf of our country and others around the world.
So I decided to share with the students the lessons I’ve learned since working for the Red Cross in hopes that it would encourage them as they contemplate their own futures.
Blog post from American Red Cross President and CEO Gail McGovern.
On July 21 and 22, American Red Cross CEO Gail McGovern traveled to Port-au-Prince, her fifth visit to Haiti since last year’s devastating earthquake.
The money Americans gave after the earthquake literally kept hundreds of thousands of Haitians alive
A year ago today, we saw horrific images coming out of Haiti.
I resolve to try to do the right thing every day.
The highlights of my year come in 2 kinds of categories. The first is personal and the second is Red Cross related.