Executive Director of the American Migraine Foundation (AMF)
Nim Lalvani has worked in patient engagement, patient programming and patient advocacy for over twelve years. She completed her Master’s Degree in Public Health with a focus in Community Health from Hofstra University. Coupled with her education and passion for patient advocacy, Nim has held patient-focused and leadership positions at organizations including the National Kidney Foundation, Young Survival Coalition and the New York State Health Foundation, among other health directed nonprofits. Nim has successfully designed projects and programs that demonstrate patient centricity and patient engagement. These programs and projects have allowed Nim to understand the desire of patients as it relates to education, support and advocacy and how organizations can better meet the needs of patients and the community at large.
She and her husband are newly transplanted from NYC to Philadelphia. They are self-proclaimed foodies and are enjoying the food scene in Philadelphia. They aim to try one new restaurant a week and have only repeated a restaurant twice!