Kaytura Felix

Dr. Kaytura Felix is a Distinguished Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Medicine, where she studies health justice and alternatives to medical racism in the US health system. Prior to her current role, she headed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s portfolio of national programs that advance leadership for health and racial equity. At the US Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, she led groundbreaking work funding and co-editing the first special issue on Community-Based Participatory Research. At the US Health Resources and Services Administration, she oversaw the development of the first national quality measures and the first-ever national research network of federally qualified health centers and their collaborating universities. She trained in medicine, health services & community-based participatory research, and generative leadership coaching.