Pittsburgh-area students examine Ebola crisis during international video conference

Gary Shaye, 67, has spent nearly two-thirds of his life working for Save the Children in 80 countries trying to do what his organization’s title says.

For the last two years he has been senior director of humanitarian operations, which means that, among other duties, he is its chief fundraiser for emerging crises like Ebola.

So when the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh asked him to be its keynote speaker at a video conference the council was organizing for high school students to learn about the disease, he immediately said yes.

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