Enow Awah Georges Stevens, MD (@Drenowawah) is a Youth Frontline Health Worker, Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinician, and a skilled youth engagement consultant. He has over six years of experience in research and advocacy on global health; HIV/AIDS; and sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (SRMNCAH). He has extensive experience in emergency obstetric and neonatal care, family planning, post-abortion care, and clinical care for survivors of sexual violence. He held several positions of responsibility first as a clinician in gynecology and obstetrics department, then as the manager and senior manager of reproductive health projects in emergency and post-conflict situations in Cameroon and Sub-Saharan Africa. He is the Youth Specialist for CSE with IPPF Africa region, a Youth Officer for The Lancet & Financial Times Commission (GHFutures2030) and therapeutic pillar focal person for the ACT-A platform. He is a leader in advocating for meaningful youth engagement and the role of young people in sustainable development and decision-making. He has provided technical support to Cameroon’s Ministry of Public Health, especially in the national program for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) by setting standards and guidelines and was recently appointed as a member of the National COVID-19 Task force in Cameroon.