Dr. Singh is the former Chief Medical Officer in the Federal US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in the senior executive services as a presidential appointee. She served as the Acting Regional Health Administrator for the western US Region 9. She served on various committees throughout the federal government and was the Chairperson of the Congressionally mandated CARA (Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act) HHS Pain and Opioid Task Force with the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration. Dr. Singh is a clinical associate professor of Anesthesiology, Pain and Peri-operative Medicine at Stanford School of Medicine where she practices US guided nerve blocks, cares for complex chronic painful disease, is a teaching mentor for residents and fellows at Stanford, and is serving as a mentor at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. She served in medical ethics as well as on scientific editorial boards, committees for the advocacy in various organizations including the California Medical Association, and the Santa Clara County Medical Association. Dr. Singh, who is double board-certified in pain and anesthesiology, focuses her practice on regional anesthesia and peri-operative, subacute, and chronic pain, with an appreciation for integrative health and traditional medicine approaches that emphasize an individualized patient-centered approach. She completed a masters in academic medicine as part of her professional development to further enhance leadership skills, educational curriculum development, and interdisciplinary work. Dr. Singh is the recipient of several awards in women’s leadership, the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians Lifetime Award, American Academy of Pain Medicine Presidential Award, Standiford Helm Award of service, and others. She frequently speaks on local and national media on the illicit fentanyl crisis, Covid and other health topics. She serves on the boards of non-profits and corporate entities. Dr. Singh received her medical degree from George Washington University Medical School and her B.A. from U.C. Berkeley in Cell Biology/Economics.