College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Humanities and Communication

Meghan Lewis

Meghan Lewis graduated in 2006 with a concentration in Pre-Law. After HCOM Meghan worked for two years at a Federally Qualified Health Center, as a Health Program Supervisor and in 2011, she completed her Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she served as a North Carolina Public Health Leadership Fellow and Graduate Assistant at National Center for Safe Routes to School. Meghan currently works for the California Department of Public Health in the Maternal, Adolescent and Child Health Division as Program Consultant. Meghan notes that "the academic foundation that HCOM laid provided me with a solid background in academic research, ethics, social justice and policy, solidifying my interest in serving indigent populations." Meghan now has over seven years of experience in public health, including health program planning, statistical analysis and evaluation at both the local and national level. Her education and continued interest in the HCOM and Service Learning foundational learning objectives guided her to this field and continues to influence her in a variety of capacities.

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