Henry Mosley received his BA from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. He attended medical school at the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine with internship and residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He later completed an MPH at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. Dr. Mosley has worked for over 40 years in international population and public health programs, spending considerable time in education and research in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kenya, and Indonesia. He has published over 140 scientific papers covering areas such as infectious and parasitic diseases, demographic and population studies, reproductive health, child survival, and population and health policy in developing countries. At the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, he has twice served as Professor and Chairman of the Department of Population Dynamics. While here at Hopkins, he established the Hopkins Population Center, the Johns Hopkins Institute for International Programs, and co-founded the Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health. Currently, Dr. Mosley focuses his efforts on conducting Strategic Leadership Seminars for developing countries here in Baltimore, and throughout Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Dr. Mosley lives with his wife in Timonium, Maryland. They have been married for 53 years and have 3 children and 5 grandchildren.