Bintu Jabbie has over two years of experience in the Health System Strengthening Sector, focusing on quality care and building capacity of health care workers. Currently, Bintu Jabbie is a Quality Improvement Officer at ICAP at Columbia University in Sierra Leone. Bintu holds a Bachelor’s degree with Honors division 1 in Nursing from the University of Sierra Leone. She is the leader of a small group called Let Girls Be Heard where issues related to health and STIs are addressed. Upon completion of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, Bintu has plans to continue her work in health system strengthening and building capacity of health care workers in delivering quality care through mentoring and skills training.