Junaid Nabi, MD, is a physician, non-profit executive, dilettante, and an avid biker. He is enrolled in the Master of Public Health (MPH-45) program in the Department of Global Health and Population at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, concentrating in the interdisciplinary Public Health Leadership. Born and raised in the beautiful valley of Kashmir, India, his work combines the disciplines of global health systems, health policy, global surgery, value-based healthcare and social entrepreneurship. His interests, in addition to hiking and reading, include narrative medicine and photography. At Harvard, he plans to learn how global health systems interact and operate, and how quality surgical care can be made accessible to the most vulnerable populations. He is also the 2016–2017 Writing Fellow at the Voices in Leadership studio at Harvard, where he weaves instructive stories that reveal the person behind leadership decisions taken at the highest levels of healthcare delivery. During medical school he volunteered with the International Red Cross Committee in Bangladesh, where he received the Red Crescent Volunteer Medal and Bangladesh Worker’s Party Public Service Medal for his rescue work at Savar building collapse. He is also a recipient of the Rajiv Gandhi Creative Writing Award.