Dr. Sanjeev Sriram practices general pediatrics in Maryland at a federally qualified health center. He is a nationally known advocate for health care justice and racial equity, serving on the board of Physicians for National Health Program, as a Senior Advisor for Social Security Works, and as the leader of the “All Means All” campaign to make racial equity a cornerstone of a future national health program. Dr. Sriram has been a contributor to The Huffington Post, The Hill, Common Dreams, Rewire, We Act Radio, and ACT-TV.
Dr. Sriram completed his medical degree and residency at UCLA, where he served as chief resident at the Department of Pediatrics. He earned his masters in public health after completing the Commonwealth Fund Fellowship in Minority Health Policy at the Harvard School of Public Health.