Senior Vice President of Strategic Development, Microclinic InternationalLeslie Lang is the Senior Vice President of Strategic Development at Microclinic International (MCI), a global health non-profit that addresses chronic disease and health behavior change. Leslie oversees MCI's strategic development by identifying new partnerships and strategic opportunities. She also assists with MCI's program management and policy initiatives. Prior to joining MCI, Leslie worked for the law firm Sullivan & Cromwell and the World Bank. As a John Gardner Fellow at the World Bank, Leslie coordinated access to finance initiatives in the Africa region and worked with the legal department on several insolvency law projects. Leslie has also spent time at governmental institutions such as the United Nations, the African Development Bank, and the Supreme Court of Rwanda. While attending university, Leslie established a program with the Alameda County Social Services Agency that provides social workers with volunteer interpreters to better serve the non-English speaking community. Leslie received her B.S. in Business Administration and B.A. in Rhetoric (Phi Beta Kappa and Highest Honors) from the University of California, Berkeley and her J.D. from Harvard Law School. Leslie was born in Scottsdale, Arizona and raised in Los Angeles, California.