Meghan brings a diverse expertise in program evaluation, surveys, and interprofessional systems. She completed her Master’s of Public Health degree from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and previously worked at the University of Minnesota and the Hennepin County Public Health Department. At MNCASA, Meghan focuses on designing, delivering, and coordinating the evaluation of membership and prevention programs and services. She also provides training and technical assistance on evaluation and research development utilization. She is driven to improve the quality and experience of victims/survivors and help organizations use data to share their work.
When not analyzing, Meghan can be found with her dog Remy and is an avid animal rescue volunteer.