Helene Gayle must be one of the few chief executives who dreams of a world where her job doesn't exist.
As CARE and Atlanta celebrate their 20th anniversary together, both the international relief organization and the community are publicly recommitting to each other.
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Helene Gayle, 58, is the president and CEO of CARE USA, an international humanitarian organization.
This interview with Helene D. Gayle, president and chief executive of CARE U.S.A., the anti-poverty organization, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant.
As one of the most influential nonprofits in the United States, CARE USA, which is celebrating 20 years in Atlanta, has spent the last several years working on alleviating poverty by devoting attention to the development of girls and women in impoverished countries around the world.