Erik Arnold is the chief information officer for PATH, an international health organization that improves and saves lives worldwide. He is responsible for the organization’s global information technology systems—including software development, program management, and network infrastructure.
Mr. Arnold has a passion for applying technology solutions in the development sector. He has more than 20 years of experience in information technology leadership, business technology, systems integration, and leveraging cloud-based services to empower effective, efficient operations at global organizations.He was previously vice president of technology at Corbis, an e-commerce company.
Mr. Arnold is active in the local, national, and international technology community. He sits on the board of directors of NetHope and the Comprehensive Health Education Foundation, and serves on the advisory boards for local and national technology leadership organizations. Mr. Arnold holds an MA from Brown University.