Kaytura Felix, MD is a Distinguished Scholar in the Department of Health & Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her work will focus on medical racism and health justice. She self-describes as a spiritual activist who has pursued health justice in a myriad of professional roles for more than twenty-five years. Her most recent role was a managing director at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation where she led a large portfolio of national leadership programs that supported, strengthened and networked leaders who were collectively advancing health equity and structural racism. She trained in medicine, health services & community-based participatory research, and generative leadership coaching.