Gillian Sealy is the Chief Executive Officer of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) at the Clinton Foundation. In her role, Gillian overseas the initiative’s overarching goals of decreasing the prevalence of preventable disease and closing health inequity and health disparity gaps. Gillian previously served as the National Community Health Transformation Director at CHMI. In that role, Gillian led a team of regional directors working with communities across the country to improve health while also guiding them to create frameworks for better health and fostering systemic change.
Prior to joining the CHMI, Gillian was the National Sustainability Advisor and a Regional Director at the Alliance for a Healthier Generation (founded by the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation) where she spent six years working on childhood obesity prevention. She has also worked with the Pan American Health Organization in the area of HIV/AIDS, gender violence and school health. Gillian also has progressive public health experience in strategic planning, policy development, as well as program implementation, monitoring and evaluation. Gillian holds a Master’s degree in Global Public Health from the University of South Florida and is currently pursuing a PhD. in Healthcare Science.