Leslie Lang is the Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Microclinic International, a global health nonprofit that is revolutionizing how chronic diseases are prevented and managed in under-resourced communities around the world. Microclinic International pioneers an innovative microclinic model of contagious health that combats diseases such as diabetes and HIV/AIDS across four different continents.
Leslie is currently a World Economic Forum Global Shaper and a Shafik Gabr U.S.-Egypt Exchange Fellow. Prior to joining Microclinic International, Leslie worked for the top ranking law firm Sullivan & Cromwell. Leslie was also a John Gardner Fellow at the World Bank and has spent time at international institutions such as the United Nations, the African Development Bank, the Supreme Court of Rwanda, and the Special Court for Sierra Leone.
Leslie received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and her B.S./B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, as a RegentsÍ and ChancellorÍs Scholar. While a student at Berkeley, Leslie founded a language access program that supports the Alameda County Social Services Agency and non-English speaking communities to this day. Together with a leadership team of other accomplished Berkeley graduates at Microclinic International, Leslie continues to ñrethink, redefine, and recreateî solutions for challenges facing the underserved.