Dr. Ring's bio

Dr. Wendy Ring Bio

Wendy Ring is a family physician who dedicated most of her career to improving the health of the medically underserved. She is the Director of Climate 911, a national organization of health professionals supporting climate action and has twice crossed the United States by bicycle on speaking tours to educate medical and civic audiences about the health effects of climate change. Dr. Ring is a graduate of Yale and Columbia Universities with a joint degree in Medicine and Public Health. After several years working on the Navajo Reservation, she founded a mobile clinic in California and served there as medical director for over 20 years. Doctor Ring has been recognized for her contributions to community health by the California Medical Association, the California state legislature, and the American Medical Association; and was once featured as one of the nation's Best Healers by Readers Digest.

Written by Krista Niemoth