Meagan Dunham | Global Health Corps

Meagan Dunham

Placement Country: United States
Title: Program Manager

Meagan Dunham is a licensed master social worker (LMSW) and public health enthusiast. She has dedicated interests in data analysis and mental health, allowing her to contribute to multiple projects that focus on improving overall care, healing, and treatment coordination for unhoused families, women with substance use disorders, and people living with HIV. In addition to her work to end the HIV epidemic, Meagan manages a federal demonstration project designed to reduce suicidality and improve the mental health outcomes of Black youth in New Orleans. Meagan enjoys working in various levels of care including community-level prevention, treatment, linkage to care, and surveillance of quality measures. She has also studied global health on an international landscape in Southern Europe. She explored health disparities and health communication in Italy, Greece, and Budapest. Meagan earned her Bachelor of Arts in Public Health and Sociology from College of Charleston and her Master’s in Social Work from the Catholic University of America, where she focused on clinical social work practice. Meagan enjoys serving at the intersection of public health and social work to provide equitable services to the New Orleans community.