Megan has nearly a decade of experience working in strategy, implementation, and impact measurement for public and social sector entities. She is focused on improving the lives and conditions of underserved populations by developing and delivering high-impact, far-reaching, and innovative programs.
As part of the team supporting the Local Infrastructure Hub (LIH), Megan leads the design and delivery of technical assistance programs to help small- and medium-sized cities access federal infrastructure funding. In this role, she works to engage city leaders, foster peer learning and coaching opportunities for cities, and coordinate with subject matter experts to provide tailored grant support and guidance on how to best leverage infrastructure funds to deliver substantial impact to residents (especially in the areas of equity and climate).
Prior to joining DA, Megan was a senior consultant in Deloitte's Government and Public Sector practice, helping U.S. federal agencies and social sector clients develop and deliver new strategies, respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, incorporate human-centered design principles, and improve business processes.
She also worked for the United Nations supporting refugee response across the MENA region. While based in Amman, Jordan, Megan supported efforts to encourage reenrollment and implement additional safety measures in Syrian schools during the Civil War. Additionally, she facilitated the Agency's transition from in-kind food baskets to cash-based transfers for more than 250,000 refugee recipients of social safety net assistance.
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