Rizan Mohsin is a builder of innovative, value-based healthcare programs. She has extensive experience in academic medical centers, nonprofit community health clinics, and national and international associations. She currently serves as a section administrator at the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital. As a designer of transformative, cost-saving initiatives that increase clinical impact and access to care, she focuses on putting patients first. Recognized as a best-practice and solutions-focused thinker, she is exceptionally skilled in providing stability during times of crisis. Ms. Mohsin values continuous learning, networking and volunteering to enhance the health and cultivate the success of her communities. She enjoys serving as a mentor to students who are early in their leadership journeys. She is an active member of her local ACHE chapter and serves as a member of the UAMS MHA Board of Advisors. Ms. Mohsin served as a Stuart A. Wesbury Jr. Postgraduate Fellow with ACHE and earned her master’s degree in healthcare administration from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.