Jehan (Gigi) El-Bayoumi, MD, FACP received her Bachelor of Science and Medical Degrees from the University of Michigan. She then completed her Residency and Chief Residency in Internal Medicine at The George Washington University. She was the Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency for 15 years prior to founding the Rodham Institute. The institute, named for Dorothy Rodham, was established to improve health equity in Washington DC through education. The Rodham Institute’s 3 areas of focus are: Youth Educational Programming & Workforce Development, Training the Current and Future Health Care Team about Applied Health Equity and Community Collaborations. She has been the recipient of the 2018 American College of Physician’s Dr. W Lester Henry Award for Diversity and Access to Health Care, the 2015 Healthcare Council of the National Capital Area Matthew McNulty Award and the 2014 Medical Society of the District of Columbia’s 2014 Certificate of Meritorious Service. She is currently a Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences where she continues to care for patients as a general internist and teach medical students and residents.