Megan Snair, MPH
Founder, Consultant, and Writer
Megan has more than ten years of experience working as a science writer, program director, analyst, and public health subject matter expert. She led multiple landmark activities and oversaw multiple scientific publications as a senior program officer and study director at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Covering topics of national policy, infectious disease outbreaks, health system resilience, and social determinants of health, Megan convened more than 30 initiatives involving experts from around the country and internationally. She is adept at working with people from various backgrounds and industries, and enjoys making connections in meetings that are often difficult to realize. Prior to joining the National Academies, Megan worked as an emergency planner for local health departments in Massachusetts, and as an analyst for health services of Boston Public Schools. Ms. Snair holds a Master in Public Health from Boston University concentrating in Epidemiology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biophysics from St. Lawrence University.