Kimá Taylor is the founder of Anka Consulting, a health care consulting firm. Previously, she worked with Open Society Foundations’ (OSF's) National Drug Addiction Treatment and Harm Reduction Program, overseeing grant making that supported access to substance use disorder services. Prior to OSF, she served as Deputy Commissioner for Baltimore City’s Health Department, a legislative assistant for Senator Sarbanes, and a pediatrician at an FQHC in Washington, DC. Kimá is a graduate of Brown University, Brown University School of Medicine, and Georgetown University pediatrics residency program. She was awarded a Commonwealth Foundation minority health policy fellowship at Harvard University.