Yasmeen Long, MA is a public health and research professional with over a decade of experience in academia, health policy, patient-centered research, stakeholder and community engagement, and global health. She earned an M.A. in sociology and women’s health from Suffolk University and a B.S. in health sciences and management from Howard University. Her career in public health, research, and policy, has primarily focused on improving health outcomes, eliminating disparities, promoting health equity in clinical research, social determinants of health, and improving quality of life for underrepresented and vulnerable communities particularly women of color. She serves on advisory committees focused on addressing health inequities and disparities, and for policies that affect the well-being of all and for women’s health throughout the life-course.