Hannah Bergbower, MSN, MPH, CNM, WHNP-BC is a double-board certified Nurse-Midwife and Nurse Practitioner with a special focus on inequities and the social and behavioral determinants of public health that impact gender and families. She currently provides full scope midwifery and women’s health care services at Dekalb OB/GYN Affiliates in Atlanta, Georgia. She has spent most of the last decade focusing on programming and implementation of public health and clinical programs in vulnerable settings domestically and internationally. She has extensive on the ground international capacity building experience in countries throughout South East Asia, Central Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. She has developed, implemented and led programs within humanitarian crisis and response settings, as well as stable host community contexts. Hannah has focused on interdisciplinary program development and gender equity, working with organizations such as WHO, UNFPA, IOM, ISCG, UNHCR, DOD, DTRA, other NGO and government organizations, and Ministries of Health. Her work has focused on bringing care access and quality programming to vulnerable and low-resource contexts with the greatest need, with a special focus on policy and the impacts of resource allocation on outcomes. She has extensive experience teaching and training and has held multiple academic appointments in and outside of the United States. Her current appointments include Tufts University School of Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Center for Global Health. Hannah is an active member of the American College of Nurse-Midwives National Government Affairs Committee. She also currently serves as a member of the March of Dimes National Volunteer Leadership Council and as a Subject Matter Expert on the March of Dimes National Advisory Committee for the Mom and Baby Action Network.