M. Brownell Anderson is Vice President at the National Board of Medical Examiners, International Programs USA. She is responsible to enhance the alignment of medical education program outcomes and assessment of those outcomes with a goal to assure the quality of healthcare workforce globally. She was a Senior Director for educational affairs at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). She was a faculty member of FAIMER Institute, Philadelphia. She uses to edit annual “Really Good Stuff” section of Medical Education journal – a peer-reviewed international collection of reports about innovations in medical education. She has compiled report on educational programs of 128 U.S. and Canadian medical schools. Her areas of specialization are program coordination & administration, medical school curriculum, clinical evaluation and international education.