Director of Health Justice
Amber Khan is the Director of the Health Justice Program at New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, where she leads NYLPI’s work on healthcare advocacy, with a focus on racial equity and immigrant justice. Before joining NYLPI, she was a Senior Attorney at the National Advocates for Pregnant Women, where she advocated for the constitutional and human rights of pregnant and parenting people. Previously, Amber worked as a supervisor at the Center for Family Representation, representing low-income parents in civil child welfare proceedings. She also previously worked with international nongovernmental organizations focusing on transitional justice and the treatment of refugees. Amber received her J.D. from George Washington University Law School, her Master’s degree in international human rights from Columbia University and her B.A. from American University.