As senior program manager, Megan builds capability around care delivery transformation and manages a range of programs within CCI’s value-based care portfolio of work.
Megan comes to CCI with more than 10 years of experience in the non-profit and community health sectors. She has a longstanding commitment to California’s health care safety net as a trainer, facilitator, consultant, and direct service provider. Most recently, she worked at Health Outreach Partners, a national organization located in Oakland, where she led projects aimed at strengthening access to health care services and provided training and technical assistance to FQHCs across the country. Previously, Megan worked at the Shanti Project, a San Francisco-based non-profit that provides care and support to clients living with life-threatening illnesses. Before relocating to Bay Area, Megan lived in Washington, DC, and worked as a grant writer at a national peace organization, conducted research on the effects of peacebuilding schools along the Thai-Burma border, and interned at an AIDS Hospice in Southern Africa.
Megan earned her bachelor’s degree in international relations and a master’s degree in international peace and conflict resolution from American University. Since 2008, she has volunteered at the Berkeley Free Clinic, providing mental health services and working as a certified enrollment counselor. Megan enjoys camping, hiking, practicing bikram yoga, and winning stuffed animals out of claw machines.