Naila is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists. She has been clinically active within the NHS for the past 28 years. She has several higher education qualifications including Master’s in medical education (Imperial) and Certificate in patient safety, quality, informatics & leadership (Harvard) She has held senior positions such as Associate Dean at London Deanery, National Lead RCOG, Co-opt Member of AoMRC Education committee. She currently is clinically active, and her sub-specialty is ambulatory gynaecological cancer. She is also Associate Director of Medical Education at her Trust and Senior (Hon) Lecturer at Imperial School of Medicine. She has inventor status at Imperial for her work in developing an interactive learning resource using disruptive technologies. She has won several awards including Distinguished Teacher Award and Excellent Teacher Award from Imperial Medical College, Highly commendable award from Health Education England. Naila has led on challenging ‘transformation management’ projects where often disruptive technologies have been introduced. She is a frequent speaker on disruptive technologies and their place in futuristic healthcare. She has moderated high level track sessions at World Summit of Information Society (WSIS) 2019 conference in Geneva and facilitated an inaugural session on SMART health ecosystems.