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Janti Soeripto

President & Chief Executive Officer

Janti Soeripto is President & Chief Executive Officer of Save the Children US. She assumed this role in January 2020, after serving as President and Chief Operating Officer since May 2019. In this position, Janti had oversight for setting agency strategy, ensuring all parts of the organization were well managed, staffed and aligned and operated as effectively as possible. Strengthening accountability for results, and overseeing, integrating and coordinating divisional activities also fell within her scope of work.

Prior to joining Save the Children US, Janti worked for eight years as deputy CEO of Save the Children International, where she was responsible for market growth and development, global strategy development, communication and venture partnerships.

Before her work with Save the Children, Janti spent nearly 20 years in the corporate sector at companies including Kimberly-Clark and Unilever. She has master’s degrees in Economics and Finance.  Janti is half-Indonesian, half-Dutch and is married with two children. She is based in Connecticut.

CEO Statements from the Newsroom

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Remarks to the United Nations Security Council on Humanitarian Conditions in Gaza

Janti Soeripto, President & CEO of Save the Children US, testified to the UN Security Council today on the humanitarian conditions inside of Gaza and the need for a ceasefire and unimpeded humanitarian access.

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Joint Letter to White House on Attack on Humanitarian Workers in Gaza

In response to the tragic killing of seven World Central Kitchen team members, six non-governmental organizations operating in  Gaza have issued the following open letter to President Biden and the National Security Council.

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Save the Children CEO Statement on U.N. Resolution Passing

Janti Soeripto, President and CEO of Save the Children, issued the following statement: "While we’re pleased today’s UN resolution passed, it’s not nearly enough. We need a definitive ceasefire. Let me state, once again: the crisis in Gaza is unprecedented."