Yolanda Lawson is President of National Medical Association and founder of MadeWell OBGYN in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Lawson has served multiple leadership roles for National Medical Association including, Regional Secretary, Chair and Trustee; Councils and Committees including Chair of the Council on Concerns of Women Physicians; Immediate Past Chair of the Board of Trustees of National Medical Association. She is a member of American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American Medical Association, Texas Medical Association and delegate for the Dallas County Medical Society. She has extensive non-profit board experience and sits on a variety of boards and committees including Uptown Dallas Inc., Baylor Scott and White Health and Wellness Center, and volunteers among many community activities and organizations. She serves on multiple advisory boards and speaker bureaus for Gilead Sciences, Merck, Teva, Viiv pharmaceuticals, Abbvie. She has been a guest on the nationally syndicated Michael Baisden show, Black News Channel and an invited speaker, panelist and moderator on health equity and maternal health. She is an advocate for physicians in House of Medicine and the patients they serve. Dr. Lawson is committed to women’s health and to ending health disparities.