Susheela Singh is Distinguished Scholar and Vice President for Global Science and Policy Integration at the Guttmacher Institute. She joined the Institute in 1985 and was Vice President for International Research before transitioning in 2020 to her current role. Her research addresses a range of topics, including abortion and unintended pregnancy; abortion-related morbidity; the costs and benefits of providing sexual and reproductive health services; maternal health; contraceptive use; and adolescent sexual and reproductive health. During her career, Dr. Singh has written and coauthored numerous monographs, journal articles and other publications. She was a member of the Guttmacher-Lancet Commission on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and a coauthor of its report. She works closely with Guttmacher’s CEO and Executive Vice President to increase the prominence of Guttmacher’s global work. She also plays a key leadership role in integrating the Institute’s global work across its three programmatic areas—policy, research and communications—and provides guidance to the Institute’s new Global Policy Program.