Megan came to our team in 2019 with four years of direct patient care experience, and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Public Health from the University of Washington. Her work as Project Manager is to advance the use of data as a catalyst for change, promote cross-sector collaboration in regional opioid response, and support a variety of other projects led by her brilliant colleagues.
While in one of her first classes in grad school, she learned for the first time about how much life expectancy can vary from one zip code to the next, even only a couple of miles apart. That feels like such an egregious and unnecessary injustice, she couldn’t know such a thing without trying to do something about it.
“Those who have the privilege to know have the duty to act.” — Albert Einstein