Gary Shaye, Vice President of Save the Children, joined us to discuss Save The Children’s emergency response efforts in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico. This episode aired on Saturday, November 18.
Save the Children is an international non-governmental organization that promotes children’s rights and provides relief to children in developing countries through healthcare, education and safety initiatives. Save the Children is nearly 100 years old and is active in 120 countries. In addition to their work in developing nations, Save the Children provided emergency relief and childcare in the aftermath of the 2017 hurricanes in Florida, Puerto Rico and Houston.
Gary Shaye has been with Save the Children for 40 years and has worked across the globe in locations ranging from Nepal, Haiti to right here in the United States. Gary served as the Haiti Country Director following the devastating 2010 earthquake and was recently on the ground in the United States in the aftermath of 2017 hurricanes. You can learn more about Save the Children’s operations at www.savethechildren.org.