Dr. Roopa Dhatt is a physician by training and an advocate by principle striving for greater health and well-being for all people. She is the executive director of Women in Global Health, a movement that strives to bring greater gender equality to global health leadership. She serves on the Research in Gender and Ethics advisory board, the Women Leaders in Global Health conference steering committee, the Global Health 50-50 advisory council, and the GlobeMed board of directors. She is an Internist, providing primary care in Washington D.C. at Kaiser Permanente. Formerly, she was the president of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Association and in 2013 she founded the Young Voices, Youth: Pre-World Health Assembly with the Global Health Centre, Graduate Institute. Roopa has a B.A. and B.S. from the University of California, Davis; a Master in Public Affairs from Sciences Po, Paris, France; and an M.D. from Temple University School of Medicine.