Marwa Saleh received her medical degree from Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar and completed her residency in Family Medicine and Global Health from UT Southwestern. Marwa was born and raised in Lebanon, and left to Qatar after graduating from high school, to join an accelerated medical training program with Weill Cornell Medical College. Throughout her medical school she volunteered with NGOs for short-term medical trips in Uganda, Nepal and Ghana focusing on community health projects. Prior to graduating with her MD, she spent a year between Tanzania working at a local hospital and medical school, Geneva, working with the UNHCR on resources for health workers, and Lebanon assisting with the early response to the local refugee crisis. Marwa completed her Family Medicine Residency training at UT Southwestern, where she helped establish their Global Health track, elective and partnerships in Guatemala. Marwa is a fellow at Possible in Nepal.