Dr Onajin-Obembe graduated from the Medical College of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. She is a Fellow of the West African College of Surgeons having completed her residency in anaesthesia at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria. She obtained her international experience in anaesthesia at the Hillingdon Hospital, Middlesex, UK and regional experience as a Fellow of the West African Health Organization for professional and linguistic exchange programme within the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). She completed her MBA (International Hospital and Healthcare Management) at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany in 2012. Her interests include strategic leadership and change management, triggered by the anaesthesia workforce crisis and the inequity observed in healthcare services. She is exploring her interest through an international executive PhD program of the International School of Management, Paris. She believes that a well-planned alignment of both the medical curriculum and postgraduate programmes to the changing landscape of healthcare can play a strategic role in re-directing the future of global health systems. Dr. Onajin-Obembe is currently a Council Member of the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA). She was President, Nigerian Society of Anaesthetists (2014 – 2018) and President of the Africa Regional Section of the WFSA (2013 – 2017). The WFSA, representing anaesthesiologists worldwide, and in official relations with the World Health Organisation, is well positioned to lead the development of standards and implementation of safe, universal anaesthesia coverage. She is also the Permanent Council Secretary and Director, Global Alliance for Surgical, Obstetric, Trauma and Anaesthesia Care (G4 Alliance). The G4 Alliance is a global network of over 85 organizations in 160 countries, committed to advocating for the neglected surgical patient. Its mission is to support increased access to safe, essential, and timely surgical, obstetric, trauma, and anaesthesia care as part of UHC.