Dr. Grace Dugan recently graduated with Master of Science in Global Health Delivery from the University of Global Health Equity, a new institution in Rwanda founded by Partners In Health. She previously worked as TB Medical Officer in Daru Island, Papua New Guinea, in a DFAT-funded program addressing the world’s most concentrated epidemic of multi-drug resistant TB. In Rwanda, she worked as a Clinical Officer in Paediatric Oncology at Butaro Hospital, a cancer centre supported by Partners in Health. Currently, she is working in the Marshall Islands with TB & Leprosy Free Majuro, a community-wide screening and treatment program. In 2015, with colleagues at the Royal Darwin Hospital, she started the Doctors Against the Border Force Act campaign, which opposed punitive measures against whistleblowers in Australia’s off-shore immigration detention centres. She has a BA in Peace and Conflict Studies and an MBBS from the University of Queensland.