Dr. Redonda G. Miller is the 11th President of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the first woman to lead the institution in its 128-year history. Dr. Miller arrived at Johns Hopkins in 1988 as a medical student and has spent her entire career there, working first in research, education, and patient care and later transitioning to administrative roles of increasing responsibility. In her role as Senior Vice President, Medical Affairs, she worked to integrate medical staff functions across five Johns Hopkins Health System hospitals and launched efforts to provide high-value care and to improve the patient experience. A practicing internist, Dr. Miller has continued to see patients. In her spare time, she enjoys giving back to the community by serving on various boards. She has also chaired the United Way Campaign for Johns Hopkins Medicine. Her many honors and awards include being named as one of the “100 Great Healthcare Leaders to Know” by Becker’s Hospital Review and as one of “Maryland’s Top 100 Women” for 2008 and 2015 by The Daily Record.