Hiba is a Medically Trained Public/Global Health Professional with National/International experience designing and managing health, SDoH, youth, education interventions and projects in underserved communities and limited resource post conflict setting. Hiba worked with US based international NGOs for +10 years like GHETS in Providence, RI allocating grants to advance Community Oriented Primary Care COPC medical education and medical services in Sub-Saharan Africa and the MENA region; and as an Atlas Corps Fellow at AAMC in Washington, DC, later as a MENA program specialist/advisor establishing and facilitating medical students’ mobility to advance global medical education and capacity building for medical schools’ faculty. Hiba worked also with the IRC in Baltimore, MD managing their health and youth programs aimed at integrating refugees in to Baltimore’s community and increasing access and utilization of services/benefits. Hiba worked with Fazko Education in Owings Mill, MD advancing their health projects. Hiba’s background includes coordinating care for national and international patients at hospitals like Johns Hopkins Health System in Baltimore, MD and Children’s National Hospital Center in Washington, DC. Hiba was the assistant of the Election Analysist Expert at the EUEOMIS during Sudan’s 2009 Elections. Hiba also has experience with international radio and television media agencies designing messages and reporting political and social news like Mango Media System, Ramattan News Agency and Nile International TV. Hiba has a MD and MPH equivalent US credentials and is currently working with LISC, a Community Development Financial Institution, managing their SDoH and Safety programs in Charlotte, NC.
Host Organization: AAMC Association of American Medical Colleges