Rabia Khan is an epidemiologist public health specialist with over 20 years of experience in the health sector in roles spanning Australia, New Zealand and Europe. She has extensive experience in improving health outcomes and reducing health inequalities through better use of data and evidence. Her work has led to health improvements in Australia, New Zealand, England and across 36 OECD countries. This includes a decrease in antibiotic prescribing, expanding coverage of emergency contraception services, and improvement in health services in stroke, cardiac, diabetes and mental health care She has most recently been involved in the public health response to the COVID 19 pandemic in New South Wales. She helps people to do more good, make better decisions, and to increase their impact through meaningful change. She also develops and delivers a range of workshops for government and nonprofits to help people create meaningful change.