Meghan Richards has spent her professional life devoted to public service. She started her career as a Healthy Start Case Worker in Harlem, New York working with mothers and babies up to age two. While she enjoyed the role, she pivoted to a career with the Department of Justice. She spent five years honing her program management, customer service, and analysis skills. Currently, she is an Associate at The Pew Charitable Trust.
Meghan is very interested in the social determinants of health and finding way to use to technology to improve the health of all Americans. The American healthcare system is unnecessarily difficult to navigate.
Meghan received her education at the City University of New York: Brooklyn College with a master’s and bachelor’s degree in sociology.