Mimi Albert graduated with a BA in Art History from Barnard College, Columbia University and Master of Public Health from Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. Mimi joined Stanford Children's Health in 2012. She was a co-facilitator of the Stanford School of Medicine Dean's Task Force on Physician Health, which culminated in the establishment of the Stanford WellMD Center that now leads the country in research and programs to address physician burnout and well-being. Mimi has won multiple awards for her work on innovative solutions to traditional patient bedside rounds, and continues to advise teams on process improvement work. As the Director of Human Experience Strategy and Innovation at Stanford Children's Health, Mimi's focus is on the intersection of the experience of the workforce and the patient and family. She leads work around staff engagement and well-being, organizational behavior and culture, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and health care equity. Mimi is also the Co-Director of the Stanford Children's Health Value Improvement Program and is currently an operational lead for the Stanford Children’s Health Covid-19 response. Mimi is also an avid runner. She has run 9 marathons, qualifying for the Boston Marathon. She loves to run for the pure joy of the sport, but can also get a little competitive when lining up against her competition. Mimi founded and Co-Hosts the Runners of The Bay podcast.