DIRECTOR OF IMPACT
Meg envisions education and economic empowerment as essential tools to improving livelihoods around the world. An ardent champion for health – especially for women – Meg has blended her educational background and hands-on work experience to design a health programs that work for the people they are designed to serve.
Meg’s unique skill-sets in program management, organizational systems, financial tracking, and operational data? provide the optimal foundation for her work with TWB. Prior to completing her Master’s in Public Health at Boston University, Meg worked as a Program Coordinator for the Initiative to End Childhood Malnutrition in Uganda. This role required her expertise to organize local trainings and secure a supply chain of high energy milk and food for the health center. Meg later completed a fellowship with Vecna Cares as a Global Health Corps as a Program Manager for a healthcare technology company providing data collection tools in low resource settings.
As the Director of Impact, Meg is responsible for managing all systems, data collection, data analyzation, and data presentation. Meg mentors TWB’s Global Health Corps Fellows and continues to refine our program per the impact results we collect quarterly and annually.
In addition to her ability to bake the perfect cinnamon roll, Meg has a strong affinity for long walks, hikes, and good podcasts (especially anything related to unsolved mysteries).