Chief Information Officer
Erik Arnold has served as PATH’s chief information officer since 2009 and is responsible for global information technology systems—including software development, program management, and network infrastructure. Mr. Arnold has more than 20 years of experience in information technology leadership, business technology, and systems integration, and a passion for applying technology solutions in the development sector. Prior to PATH, Mr. Arnold was vice president of technology at Corbis, an e-commerce company in the digital media space. He has extensive experience in business technology solutions, leveraging cloud-based services to empower effective, efficient operations at global organizations. Mr. Arnold is active in the local, national, and international technology community. He sits on the board or directors of both NetHope and the Foundation for Healthy Generations, and he serves on the CIO advisory boards for the Salesforce Foundation and 501 Commons. Through his work at PATH, in 2012 Mr. Arnold was recognized by the Puget Sound Business Journal as the Best CIO of a Nonprofit or Government Agency. Mr. Arnold holds an MA from Brown University.