Ndinda Mutua is a preventive medicine and public health practitioner. She has expertise in health capacity building, women’s health (with a special interest in maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, and refugee and immigrant health. She is a champion advocate for access to quality and sustainable healthcare for citizens in the developed and developing world. She is an advocate for women’s empowerment through achieving health equity and social justice issues. As the third generation of women in her family breaking through barriers for global communities, she is committed to improving health outcomes of under-served communities and continued service focused in rural U.S. and the developing world.