Zeina Saliba, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist and family medicine physician, as well as an assistant professor at the George Washington University. She is the inpatient medical director for psychiatric and behavioral health services at the George Washington University Hospital, overseeing the psychiatric unit and consultation services. She is dedicated to care for the underserved with work abroad, in rural FQHCs and current efforts devoted to the urban setting. Her global health experiences have included clinical service and expanding local workforce capacity through teaching and training programs. She is passionate about women’s health, decreasing stigma in mental health, and providing care for marginalized populations. She has studied at the University of Virginia, the Medical College of Virginia and the University of Pittsburgh.