Mirlinda Caton is the founder and Executive Director of Innovative Science Press. She brings 16 years of experience with the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) Fascicles during which she managed all facets of 34 medical publications to ensure scholarly excellence and timely production in addition to training team members. She was instrumental in improving the quality of the images for which the AFIP Atlases are known. Ms. Caton has been an effective representative at meetings in the U.S. and abroad. She is fluent in English, Greek, and Albanian, is proficient in Italian, and has a working knowledge of German and French. She holds a master’s degree in Public Policy, with an emphasis in Health, from Georgetown University. She is an author of the article: AFIP Atlases: Past, Present and Future. Ms. Caton testified to the U.S. Congress and serves as the Europe Specialist and Chair of Europe Coordination for Amnesty International. She has represented the organization at many meetings with State Department officials and Non-Governmental Organizations. Ms. Caton’s passion for humanitarian work and her skills in building relationships have contributed to initiatives between Innovative Science Press, the British Division of the International Academy of Pathology, and Amnesty International.