Deb Levine is a pioneer in public health education and the Senior Program Officer for the Gender Equity Unit at Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Data for Health Initiative. She is responsible for all the programming related to integrating gender equity into global health data collection, analysis and use. Deb spent her career consulting with major domestic and international organizations developing online courses and training in gender equity, sexual and reproductive health, positive youth development, and digital technology, working with hard-to-reach, vulnerable populations. She has been cited in major news outlets such as the New York Times, International Herald Tribune, and the Skoll Foundation speaking to the power of technology to advance public health for women and girls. She is the Founder and former Executive Director of YTH, youth+tech+health. She received a BSW from Cornell University and an MA from New York University Gallatin. Deb is the mother of two young adults, one a STEMinist and the other an environmental feminist, and lives with her public defender husband in Oakland, CA. She loves to cook multi-course meals paired with California wines.