Henry Lin, MD
Chief Executive Officer

Henry Lin is a pediatric gastroenterology fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia who is starting a one-year fellowship in liver transplantation at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.  He has an interest in improving access to and providing medical care for underserved populations.  He is also passionate about mentorship and working with the young professionals of tomorrow.  Henry received his BA in Communication Studies and MD from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.  In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, eating Taiwanese food, barefoot running, fencing, and ceramics.

Lawrence Loh, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer

A graduate of the Schulich School of Medicine at the University of Western Ontario in Canada, Lawrence completed residency training at the University of Toronto and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is dual board certified in family medicine and public health and preventive medicine, mixing urgent care practice with research and advocacy interests in global health workforce planning and training. Having worked on projects in numerous countries, he brings to The 53rd Week a commitment to making global health experiences viable and valuable for everyone involved: the communities abroad, the participating organizations, and the passionate young professionals. In his spare time he enjoys running marathons, writing, traveling and spending time with friends, playing his piano and guitar, and karaoke.

Chang-Berm Kang
Chief Strategic Officer

Shu-Wai Chow
Chief Technology Officer

Heather Lin
Business Development Lead

Heather provides internal audit services to clients of PricewaterhouseCoopers.  Outside of work, she has a strong interest in sustainable development through the finance and public health spheres.  During Heather’s senior year at Louisiana State University (LSU) – where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Finance – she was transformed by Alternative Service Break.  The ASB trip to Atlanta’s Samaritan House afforded her the opportunity to work with homeless men and women to self-sufficiency through job transitional mentorship.  In her spare time, she enjoys running, cooking, and upcycling.  In the future, Heather would like to become more advanced at playing electronic dance music on the acoustic violin.


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