Morgan Medlock, MD, MDiv, MPH, is a convener, educator, and clinician who is passionate about designing equitable, community-centered behavioral health interventions. Since completing adult psychiatry and health policy training at Harvard Medical School in 2018, Morgan has served in academia, local government, and on a national stage, advocating for a more just system of care for marginalized populations. She is the lead editor of the volume Racism and Psychiatry: Contemporary Issues and Interventions, which has become a resource for anti-racism work at institutions across the country. She is also adjunct faculty at Howard University College of Medicine where she researches strategies for centering the history and experiences of communities of color in substance use disorder interventions. Morgan previously served on the District of Columbia’s Opioid Fatality Review Board and as Chief Medical Officer/Director of DC’s Crisis and Emergency Services.