Program Manager, Public Health Practice and Training
Meghan Wolfe is a Program Manager for Public Health Practice and Training at the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI). In this role, she leads several projects related to performance improvement and training capacity in state and local public health departments. She also supports strategic communications and planning related to workforce, training, and education and communities of practice.
Meghan’s passion for public health stems from a family lineage of nurses, including her grandmother, aunt, and mother. Her passion for racial equity and social justice guides her to advocate for systematic changes in support of communities that have been consistently disenfranchised. At NNPHI, Meghan values working alongside the public health workforce who are on the ground serving communities across the country.
Meghan currently serves as the newsletter editor for the Interdisciplinary Association of Population Health Sciences. She has previously held positions at the Health Policy Research Scholars program (based at the George Washington University) and AcademyHealth. Meghan holds a master’s degree in public policy from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
You can connect with Meghan on Twitter at @meghanjwolfe where she tweets about policy at the intersection of public health and criminal justice reform.