Crystal Lander is a senior public health professional with experience in organizing, advocacy and public speaking. As the Director of the Policy and Advocacy at Management Sciences for Health (MSH) she manages the organization’s engagement on United States and global health policy in over 30 countries. Her responsibilities include identifying opportunities to demonstrate MSH’s health impact, influence global health policy and increase resources for global health by coordinating special events and meetings with US congressional representatives and program partners. Crystal is also a trained facilitator and presenter. Ms. Lander is a graduate of the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor with degrees in Spanish and Economics and Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with a degree in International Health Policy.