Black Motherhood Through the LensDr. Komal Bajaj is an innovator and healthcare leader based in New York City, catalyzing quality and safety transformation across all facets of healthcare delivery. Dr. Bajaj is the Chief Quality Officer of NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi/NCB. She is also Clinical Director for NYC Health + Hospitals Simulation Center, which delivers more than 12,000 interprofessional participant encounters throughout its 9 simulation centers annually. She co-chairs the health system’s Monitoring & Evaluation Subcommittee for its Equity & Access Council. Dr. Bajaj is a Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She was recently appointed to the AHRQ National Advisory Committee, a 20-member board that advises the Secretary of Health and Human Services and AHRQ Director on priorities for a national health service research agenda. Ade Osinubi is a documentary filmmaker, photographer, and an Emergency Medicine Resident Physician at the University of Pennsylvania. She is a recent graduate from the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Ade's work focuses on sharing the stories of minority populations that often go untold. At the age of 16, Ade traveled to Mekelle, Ethiopia to co-produce her first documentary. Since then, Ade has produced films educating the public about various health topics ranging from the COVID-19 vaccine to postpartum pelvic floor conditions. Starting from her first year of medical school, she independently filmed and produced Black Motherhood through the Lens, a documentary about four Black women’s experiences in navigating infertility, childbirth, and postpartum mood disorders. Black Motherhood through the Lens has been accepted to 7 film festivals including the American Public Health Association Film Festival and it received the “2021 Best Short Collective Award” at the Rhode Island Black Film festival. Her work on the documentary was also recently recognized in Forbes Magazine amongst other places. In addition to filmmaking, Ade has published articles for the Washington Post and Glamour Magazine on topics related to health equity. She was recently named a National Minority Quality Forum 2022 40 under 40 Leader in Health and is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha and Gold Humanism Honor Societies. In the future, Ade hopes to pursue a career in health journalism, using her passion for photography and film to elevate the voices of communities of color.