Dr. Ivonne McLean, MD is a full-spectrum, board-certified, family medicine physician working at a community health center in New York City. She completed a Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship with the Reproductive Health Access Project as well as the Leadership Training Academy (LTA) with Physicians for Reproductive Health. She has facilitated local, state and national workshops on reproductive health, reproductive justice, and addressing bias and racism in medicine. As an Assistant Professor with the Mount Sinai Department of Family Medicine & Community Health, she also works with medical students, residents and reproductive health fellows. Dr. McLean completed her residency at the University of Massachusetts, Worcester, where her commitment to reproductive health grew. A native of Colombia, her academic and clinical research interests include contraceptive and abortion care, global and rural health, adolescent health, and unconscious bias curriculum development. Dr. McLean strives to provide equitable, judgement-free, evidence-based care to all her patients, which has led to ongoing discussions around religion, spirituality, culture, history, and gender, among others. She has worked in Lesotho, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Paraguay, and Nicaragua.