Expertise: Water, sanitation and hygiene
Dr. Allgood leads the establishment of alliances with corporations, foundations and individuals to enable World Vision to bring access to clean water to millions more people around the world.
Dr. Greg Allgood is vice president for World Vision Water. In this role, Allgood leads the establishment of alliances with corporations, foundations and individuals to enable World Vision to bring access to clean water to millions more people around the world.
Prior to joining World Vision in 2013, Allgood was the founder and director of the Procter & Gamble Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program and a Senior Fellow in Sustainability. Dr. Allgood was with P&G for 26 years and led its efforts to provide safe drinking water in the developing world, oversaw P&G’s global emergency response efforts and helped manage P&G’s partnerships with the Clinton Global Initiative, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEF, WHO, USAID and other nonprofit organizations.
He has a doctoral degree in toxicology from North Carolina State University and the Master’s degree in public health from the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, where he did research in water quality.
Dr. Allgood is a frequent lecturer on public private partnerships, sustainability and safe drinking water in the developing world.
|08/05/2013||Press release: President Clinton, Chelsea Clinton see firsthand how clean water saves lives|
|06/21/2013||CrossMap: P&G Children's Safe Drinking Water pioneer Dr. Greg Allgood joining World Vision|
|05/27/2013||CBS News: Chelsea Clinton helps Burma villagers access clean water|
|12/30/2011||Cincinnati Business Courier: Procter & Gamble's water effort hits 4 billion mark|
|11/24/2011||The Nation: Water you can drink|
|06/03/2011||TriplePundit: Interview with P&G Water hero|
|03/22/2010||Pulitzer Gateway (YouTube video): The world's most pressing issue when it comes to the topic of water|