A major lawsuit was filed claiming the Mount Sinai Health System and four of its leaders are alleged to be perpetuating a toxic workplace—especially to senior female leaders and minorities. The 174-page complaint was filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York by seven women and one man who are current employees at Arnold Institute for Global Health at the Icahn School of Medicine. The filing claims numerous sex and age discrimination practices in withering detail, and specifically blames the program’s director, 36-year-old Prabhjog Singh, MD, PhD. It is quite unfortunate that his kind of behavior continues. There is a sense of entitlement certain well positioned elites have in certain organizations. This will have to change to embrace the future that is now.