Dr. Sobia Khan is an award-winning global expert on how to practically implement complex interventions in complex systems. For over 12 years, her passion for integrating multiple fields such as implementation science, systems thinking, and social network theory to achieve large-scale change has been illustrated through her work on multiple implementation projects in Canada, the U.S., Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda, Myanmar, and Kosovo. Dr. Khan emphasizes pragmatic and equity-driven approaches, with a particular focus on the need for relationship building, advocacy, and collective action to create change at all levels of the system. Dr. Khan has worked on over 100 implementation research and practice projects in multiple fields and various levels of the system. Recent highlights of Dr. Khan’s work include working on the Design, Analyze and Communicate team at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation as a Subject Matter Expert in Implementation Science; leading implementation support activities for the statewide implementation of social and emotional learning (SEL) in California Schools through the CalHope SEL Support initiative; supporting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in their opioid response by embedding implementation science and systems thinking into their tools and approaches; and being an implementation science collaborator with the WHO to support healthcare organizations by building a toolkit on infection prevention and control best practices for COVID-19. She holds an MPH from the University of Waterloo and a PhD from the Institute for Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto.