Director of Communications & Development
“I work for CPCQC because I believe that a healthier Colorado requires every family have access to the highest quality care right from the start.”
Megan serves as Director of Communications & Development. In her position, she supports our programs through fund development, outreach, and communications. Megan also provides communications and development support for the Maternal Mental Health Framework & Collaborative.
Megan joined CPCQC because of her passion for access to health care – especially for birthing people and new parents. Megan’s previous experience is in the non-profit and government sectors, always with a focus on public service and bringing awareness to public health issues.
She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Denver and her Masters of Public Policy degree from DePaul University.