Dr. Anne Elizabeth Glassgow is a Research Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Glassgow is the Executive Director of Innovations to ImPRrOve Maternal OuTcomEs in Illinois (I PROMOTE-IL), the Illinois HRSA funded Maternal Health Innovation Program. Dr. Glassgow also serves as the Medical Director of the UI Health Two-Generation Clinic, an innovative primary care model that addresses the medical, behavioral health, and social needs in postpartum women and their children. Dr. Glassgow has more than 20 years of clinical maternal health and behavioral health experience and has served in a variety of health care administration positions. Dr. Glassgow is a health disparities researcher and has served as a principal-investigator, co-investigator, and project director on several National Institutes of Health funded research projects. Dr. Glassgow was a Co-Investigator and the Executive Director of Coordinated Healthcare for Complex Kids, a $19 million pediatric payment and comprehensive healthcare delivery model funded by the CMS Innovation Center.