Dr. Julia Kim is a leading expert in global health and wellbeing and the Program Director of the Gross National Happiness Centre Bhutan www.gnhcentrebhutan.org. Through local and international partnerships, the GNH Centre curates experiential leadership and learning programs that promote a more flourishing, equitable, and sustainable world – based on New Economics principles, alternative progress measures, sustainable development, and the growing science of wellbeing. Prior to living in Bhutan, Julia worked as a physician and HIV researcher in Africa and Asia, before serving with UNDP and UNICEF in New York. She brings a background in leadership development, research, and policy in the fields of wellbeing economics, international health and development, and is a member of the Club of Rome, and an associate of the Presencing Institute – a global network integrating awareness-based practices as a core capacity of 21st-century innovation and leadership. Julia holds degrees from Cornell University, the University of Manitoba, Tufts University, and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.