Dr. Malcolm Potts is a Cambridge-trained obstetrician and reproductive scientist. He holds the Bixby Chair in Population and Family Planning at UC Berkeley School of Public Health. As CEO of “Family Health International” (FHI), he launched the first large scale studies of maternal mortality, which helped start the worldwide “Safe Motherhood Initiative”. He has worked in over 80 resource-constrained countries and has written 11 books. His most recent book is Sex and War: How biology explains war and terrorism and offers a path to a safer world.
Dr. Martha Madison Campbell is a political scientist and health policy specialist with particular interests in population, economics, and issues of scale at the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley. She is president and founder of the nonprofit organization “Venture Strategies for Health and Development”. She earned her academic degrees from Wellesley College and the University of Colorado.