Becca Tisdale, MD, MPA is an internist and health services researcher with interests in global health cardiology and health systems. She received a B.A. with distinction in Human Biology from Stanford in 2009, followed by a master of public administration (MPA) joint degree from Sciences Po, Paris and the London School of Economics. She then matriculated at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons for medical school, where she was active in global health activities, researching multidisciplinary teams in HIV care in Ethiopia and serving on the board of the student international health organization. As a global health track resident at Stanford, Becca spent time working in Rwanda through the Johnson and Johnson program and participated in the inaugural Women Leaders in Global Health conferences at Stanford and in London. In 2019-2020, she comprised one third of Stanford’s first all-woman internal medicine chief resident cohort. Outside of work, she enjoys all things French as well as running, both in races and after her toddler son.