Ruth Gabler joined The Eliminate Project and Kiwanis International in October 2011 as Campaign Area Director Europe and SLP Campaign Director. The goal of Kiwanis’ worldwide service project was to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus in 35 countries around the world, by raising USD 110 million by 2015. Ruth managed and lead the fundraising campaign in Europe, for more than US$12 million raised, as well as the service leadership programs (Kiwanis youth programs), for more than US$7 million raised. In July 2016, Ruth transitioned into the role of Director Membership and Programs for Europe, overseeing volunteer leaders' activities and initiatives to enhance growth and membership experience in Europe in twelve countries. Ruth began her career in education in Europe, where she started a Children and Youth University for children from different social backgrounds and managed the concept for five years. In 2009, Ruth was awarded with a Fulbright Scholarship to enhance her education in the United States, and started at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) to receive her master’s degree.