Ginny Wolfe

Ginny Wolfe
Ginny Wolfe is the Senior Director of Strategic Relationships for the ONE Campaign. In this role she develops and maintains new alliances for the organization, widening the support necessary to encourage elected officials to support development assistance in the federal budget. Prior to her current position, Ginny served as Senior Director of U.S. Communications for ONE. Prior to joining ONE, Wolfe was Senior Vice President of Public Affairs at Manning Selvage & Lee, a global communications firm. Previously, Wolfe served as Senior Counselor and spokesperson for Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and as Communications Director for the National Republican Senatorial Committee, where she spearheaded nationwide communications activities in the 2002 election cycle. She has served on multiple Presidential campaigns.

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Dana Perino curates a month of women’s stories for ONE

Dana Perino curates a month of women’s stories for ONE

Here we are – heading into the dog days of August. Not only is it hard to believe we are looking round the near corner to back-to-school (glad or sad in your house?) and the end of summer – for us here at ONE it is hard to believe we are also heading into the second…...
Introducing ONE’s Girls & Women initiative

Introducing ONE’s Girls & Women initiative

When I met 12-year old Vida, she was shyly showing off her straight-A report card to patients at Ghana’s Tema Hospital. Just three weeks later, she had passed away. Vida had contracted AIDS from her HIV-positive mom. Her death made the work we all do – to make sure no more children are born with…...
Why Girls and Women?

Why Girls and Women?

In 2010, while spending some time at Tema Hospital near Accra, Ghana,  I met Vida, a young AIDS patient who contracted the disease through her HIV –positive mother.  She was thrilled with her recent near-perfect report card, sharing it – albeit shyly – with others in Tema’s outpatient AIDS clinic. Vida passed away t......
“Do just one small thing every day”

“Do just one small thing every day”

My son, Oliver, and I went down to the Washington Mall today – after our wonderful day and night at the Kennedy Center for our event with UNAIDS. ONE Mom Margaret McDonnell was there and got some great photos. I have been working in this field for a long time and have seen the horrors…...
VIDEO: Laura Bush raises her voice for mothers across the world

VIDEO: Laura Bush raises her voice for mothers across the world

When we began thinking about Mother’s Day and our plans to highlight how moms across the world just want what is best for our children, former First Lady Laura Bush was the first person we thought of. Who better to help us tell the story than a daughter and a mom who has spent much…...

Proofs: Harriet’s second marriage

Images by Morgana Wingard “You are now getting married for the second time,” said Dr. Mohamed Osmani, an HIV/AIDS specialist at Mbagathi District Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya to his patient, Harriet. “First, you married your husband. Now you are marrying your ARVs. Are you ready to make that commitment?” Harriet nod......

Proofs: Meet Elizabeth

Images by Morgana Wingard: Victoria and her mom Elizabeth are regular visitors to the Mbagathi District Hospital. At 18 months, Victoria is cheerful, plump and squirming in her mom’s lap. Her mom Elizabeth is HIV-positive, but thanks to treatment during her pregnancy, Victoria is not. The good news is that American support ......
Big deal? You bet

Big deal? You bet

Tomorrow, the BBC will be at the Langata Health Center in Nairobi to do a story on the new pneumococcal vaccine now being given here, although the official vaccine launch is not until Valentine’s Day. ONE photographer Morgana Wingard and I are there today, so we fully intend to take credit for scooping the BBC.…...
Twin proof

Twin proof

When we all arrived in Kisumu, Kenya this morning, none of us had a real handle on how full -– and fulfilling — our day would be. Nor did we have any idea how much we would learn. Alex Vogel, one of my fellow travelers, has described the basics of the programs in his blog…...

Remembering Vida’s life

When I met Vida just three weeks ago, she was shy but so happy to be among her friends at the Tema clinic -– especially to show everyone her report card! Dr. Patricia, who is one of the most amazing women I have ever met, told us she was very worried about Vida’s deteriorating condition,…...