Kate Di Pasquale

Kate DiPasquale is currently practicing at the Southside Community Health Center in Richmond, VA. She received her medical degree at Virginia Commonwealth University, and completed her Family Medicine residency at St. Francis Family Practice. Prior to medical school, she worked in health outreach for migrant farm workers in the mid-Hudson Valley. She is passionate about preventive health care and strives to engage and empower her patients in their quest for better health. She tries to practice as well as preach, and enjoys running, yoga, drawing, writing and getting hopelessly lost on long hikes. She lives in Richmond with her husband, their daughters, several chickens and a manic dog.

Mahvash Mujahid

Mahvash Mujahid graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Medicine in 2011 with her doctorate in medicine and completed her residency at VCU-Fairfax Family Practice in 2014 in Family Medicine. Mahvash remains at VCU-Fairfax Family Practice as associate teaching faculty working closely with medical students, residents, faculty colleagues and advance practice providers. She continues to be an active participant in the global and community health track. She is passionate about pediatric and women’s health and cultural/sub-cultural health disparities. Her avid interest include the fine and performing arts as well as an interest in travel. She currently resides with family in Herndon, Virginia.

Rob Rutland-Brown

Rob Rutland-Brown has served as Executive Director of National Justice for Our Neighbors since January 2013. This nonprofit organization, connected to the United Methodist Church, oversees a national network of immigration legal clinics. Prior to that, Rob served as Executive Director of Just Neighbors in Northern Virginia, which provides immigration legal services to low-income immigrants and refugees, for more than seven years. He serves on the Immigration Task Force of the United Methodist Church. Rob received a Bachelor’s in Psychology and History from Emory University and a Masters in Nonprofit Management from Georgia State University.