Toni Marengo, M.D., (co-facilitator) is a specialist in women’s healthcare, the chief medical officer of Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest (PPPSW), and on the Executive Council for District IX for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She earned her undergraduate degree from Stanford University in 1996; her medical degree from Northwestern University in 2000; and completed her residency training at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 2004, where she served as administrative chief resident in her PGY-4 year. After residency, she served in the United States Navy as a staff OB-GYNand was honorably discharged as a lieutenant commander in 2007. She has dedicated herself to clinical practice in an academic setting, serving as the associate residency program director at both the University of California Irvine (2007-2010) and at Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) (2010-2018). In addition, she was the director of family planning at NMCSD, the only physician in the military system who held that title/position. In 2018, Marengo transitioned to the role of CMO at PPPSW in order to lead clinical services for 18 health centers across a three-county region in Southern California. In this position, she continues to provide direct clinical care, advocate for the sexual and reproductive rights of all people, and teach residents and students. Marengo is married with four children. She enjoys tennis, reading and travel.