Board Vice Chair
Roojin Habibi is a lawyer and researcher specializing in global health law, governance, and justice. She advises on health-related rights advocacy nationally and internationally through civil society and intergovernmental bodies, and is a project lead at the Global Health Law Consortium, a York University-based interdisciplinary research initiative advancing global health law scholarship and collaboration. Roojin is also a Fellow of the Global Strategy Lab and Canadian International Council, and has taught pharmaceutical policy, as well as health and human rights, at the graduate level at academic institutions in Canada, Australia and the United States. Roojin holds a J.D. (University of Ottawa), a Master’s of Science in Global Health (McMaster University), and a certificate in Transnational Law (University of Geneva).