Health equity is the elimination of structural injustices so that all people - regardless of race, gender, or economic status - have access to the highest quality healthcare and healthy living environments.
Bailey Adams hails from Colorado, USA. She is a passionate maternal and child health advocate and champion for frontline healthcare providers. Most recently, Bailey worked at Gardens for Health International as the development manager, supporting and championing innovative agricultural solutions to childhood malnutrition in Rwanda. She also worked with unaccompanied refugee girls in Nairobi, Kenya and led a student organization committed to supporting and promoting resilience in war-torn communities in the DRC. She is a former Princeton in Africa Fellow and worked with global organizations based in the USA at the intersection of health, social entrepreneurship, gender, and development. Bailey is an avid traveler and lover of all things outdoors. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from American University.