Dr. Prabhjot Singh is Director of the Arnhold Institute for Global Health and Chair of the Department of Health System Design & Global Health at the Mount Sinai Health System. He is a physician, professor and author, and focuses on the role of design, technology and sustainable development in achieving better health for all. His first book, Dying and Living in the Neighborhood: A Street-Level View of America’s Healthcare Promise (Johns Hopkins University Press), argues that neighborhoods are the premier platform for a modern health system. Previously, Prabhjot was a professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and Director of Systems Design at the Earth Institute. He co-chaired the One Million Community Health Worker Campaign, which inspired the launch of City Health Works, a Harlem-based social enterprise that develops scalable health coaching services for high need patients. He also served as Vice Chairman of Medicine for Population Health at Mount Sinai. He is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Young Leader, a Truman National Security Fellow, and term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. His work has been featured or published in The New York Times, NPR, MSNBC, Project Syndicate, PopTech, TEDx, Brookings Institute, The Daily Beast, PBS, Health Affairs, the New England Journal of Medicine and The Lancet. Prabhjot was raised in Kenya and lives in the New York City area.