An alumnus of the King George Medical University (KGMU, Georgian)), Lucknow, India. She is from the 1971 MBBS batch, finished her Obstetrics and Gynaecology (OBG) training with DGO (1980) from Queen Mary’s Hospital, KGMU, Lucknow. She pursued her distinguished OBG career with Fellowship of the Royal College for Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRCOG) holding Consultant, Clinical Director in OBG and Chief of the Women Services in the National Health Service (NHS) England and Wales. She is highly respected by her patients and peers with highly skilled and caring specialist services in fertility and assisted reproduction. Her contribution to the Maternity services in South Yorkshire (England) and Gwent (South Wales) are exemplary, acknowledged by RCOG, NHS Wales and UK Patient Safety Council. In addition to excellent clinical track record, her teaching and training skills for junior OBG trainees are widely welcome by the Post Graduate training programme Directors. Her academic record includes book chapters and peer reviewed original research articles. Dr. Anju Kumar was conferred the Life Time Achievement Award by the Welsh Ethnic Minority Women Association. Recently, she was made the ‘Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales- FLSW’ in recogntion of her acheivements and contributions to the NHS Wales Women Services and services to the Indian diaspora in Wales, UK. She is honoured in the King’s Birthday Hounours 2023 as the ‘Officer of the Order of the British Empire- OBE’ for services to Women’s Health and Welfare in Wales. She continues to serve the NHS Wales as an external adviser for the Women services.