Marie-Claire Wangari is a junior doctor with an avid interest in global health specifically the fields of healthcare financing, mental health and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). For the past six years, she has been part of various youth-led organizations that focus on various
aspects of healthcare advocacy. These organizations include the Association of Medical Students of the University of Nairobi (AMSUN), the Medical Students Associations of Kenya
(MSAKE) and the International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA). She is also one of the founding Working Group members of the REproductive and Sexual health
Program for Kenyan Teenagers (RESPEKT) an organization whose main aim is to advocate for the provision of quality, youth-friendly SRHR services to Kenyan Teenagers. Furthermore, she is also the Founder of the Kenya Healthcare Students Summit (KEHSS) a forum that seeks to empower healthcare students and young healthcare workers to be champions and advocates ofUniversal Health Coverage.