Kim

Schwartz

Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

PSI Global

Kim Schwartz serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Population Services International (PSI) and is responsible for the organization’s finance, treasury, budget financial analysis, contracts, pricing, procurement and technology activities. She has more than 30 years of experience in finance, healthcare, non-profit organization and Fortune 500 organizations.

Prior to joining PSI, Kim served as a financial and compliance executive at the American Red Cross, the American Lung Association and Inova Health Care Systems. Kim was also a member of the healthcare consultant and audit teams at Ernst & Young, as well as a Tax Advisor for J. Cook and Associates.

Kim is a member of the board of Humentum, UK; Society for Family Health, Nigeria; and Society for Family Health, South Africa. She is also past Chair of the Board of the Patient Access Network Foundation.

Kim is a CPA and a Graduate of the State University of New York at Utica and has attended executive leadership courses at the Harvard Kennedy School.

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