Dr Dari Alhuwail is a Fellow of the International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics, a Fellow of the American Medical Informatics Association, a member of the WHO Digital Health Technical Advisory Group, and an Associate Professor at the Department of Information Science in the College of Life Sciences, Kuwait University. Dr Alhuwail serves as the Middle East and North Africa Regional Vice President to International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA), the Vice-President of the Middle East and North Africa Health Informatics Association (MENAHIA) as well as the Vice-Chair of the Student and Emerging Professionals Special Interest Group (SEP SIG) at IMIA. He also is the co-founder of the Kuwait Health Informatics Network and a member of the Kuwait Health Informatics Association. He also serves as a Health Informatics Consultant at Dasman Diabetes Institute where he co-founded the Health Informatics Unit and is an Adjunct Faculty member at the School of Medicine at the University of Dundee, supervising graduate students in health informatics. Dr. Alhuwail obtained his Ph.D. in Information Systems specialising in Health Informatics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and his Master’s and Bachelor’s from the University of Arizona. He has over 12 years working in industry and in various research labs around the world. Dr Alhuwail continues to be an avid health informatics leader inspiring others and contributing to health informatics science.