Ginny Ehrlich is the Chief Revenue Officer at the U.S. Soccer Foundation. She has dedicated her more than 25-year career to ensuring that all people can live their best life stories. Known for her social entrepreneurial approach to solving complex social challenges at scale and fostering partnerships of great purpose, Ginny has a breadth of experience working with multiple sectors, including business, entertainment, media, community organizations, education, and government on a wide variety of issues.
Ginny started her career in the classroom and has since, held several state and national leadership positions. Prior to joining the U.S. Soccer Foundation, Ginny was the chief executive officer at Bright Pink, an organization dedicated to saving lives from breast and ovarian cancers and the chief executive officer for Power to Decide. Ginny also directed the childhood obesity prevention portfolio at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and led the Foundation’s efforts to ensuring that all children achieve a healthy weight by 2025. Ginny spent eight years at the Clinton Foundation, where she served as the Founding CEO of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative and the long-time CEO of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. During her tenure at the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, Ginny positioned the organization as a national leader on preventing childhood obesity and started the nation’s largest school-based obesity prevention program.
Ginny holds a Doctorate of Education in Education Leadership and a Master of Science in Special Education, both from the University of Oregon; a Master of Public Health from Boston University; and a Bachelor of Arts in Community Health Education from the University of Oregon. She also holds a certificate in Evidence-Based Coaching from Fielding University. She is an avid tennis player, foodie, and word game fanatic.