Carolyn Miles is president and CEO of Save the Children and co-chair of the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network. After starting out as an entrepreneur and working in Hong Kong for American Express, Miles joined Save the Children in 1998 and was also COO from 2004-2011.
The war in Syria has now surpassed the length of World War II, and the crushing psychological toll of violence is manifesting in the country's children. Save the Children CEO Carolyn Miles explains the pervasiveness of toxic stress — and what the world can do to stop it.
One year ago, leaders committed to making the Sustainable Development Goals a reality by 2030. Now, those same leaders need to make greater commitments to help refugees and forcibly displaced people. Carolyn Miles, president and CEO of Save the Children, outlines three actions for leaders at UNGA that would support refugees and the countries that host them.
What urgent actions are critical for the well-being of women and children in Zika-affected countries? In this guest column Devex gets the inside track from three experts — Nancy Aossey, president and CEO of International Medical Corps; Save the Children USA's President and CEO Carolyn Miles; and Jonathan D. Quick of Management Sciences for Health.
As the drought in Ethiopia takes its toll, the country still depends on foreign assistance to help reduce poverty, write Save the Children's Carolyn Miles and health advocate Liya Kebede in this exclusive guest column.
The U.S. Congress will consider a bipartisan, bicameral Foreign Aid Transparency and Accountability Act Thursday. Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network co-chairs George Ingram, Carolyn Miles and Connie Veillette weigh in on why this legislation matters.
Poverty, illiteracy and hunger are seen as some of the great economic and business challenges of our time, worthy of the best minds and plans from both the business and philanthropy sectors. Save the Children's CEO Carolyn Miles shares how her organization approaches partnership and how they are engaging in new ways.
U.S. aid reform should focus on two powerful and mutually reinforcing pillars, write George Ingram, Carolyn Miles and Connie Veillette in a new campaign led by the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network.
When the 2014 Aid Transparency Index is published Wednesday, die-hard transparency fans will be checking to see if U.S. agencies delivered on their IATI commitments. A joint opinion by the three co-chairs of the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network.
The next two years are a crucial window of opportunity for U.S. aid reform. In an exclusive opinion, the co-chairs of the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network share their vision for a reform agenda to improve development policy and practice, and make U.S. assistance dollars work smarter beyond 2014.