Meg also brings a strong state government affairs background through her work with the Georgia Hospital Association and Georgia Regents University and Health System. While living in Atlanta, she obtained a Master of Public Health and successfully defended her thesis on lessons Georgia could learn from successful state and local government strategies to reduce childhood obesity rates.
Meg previously worked in the office of US Congressman Jack Kingston (R-Georgia) who joined Squire Patton Boggs in February 2015. In this role, she advised him on numerous healthcare issues, and was also the Congressman’s advisor in his role as Ranking Member on the Agriculture Subcommittee of Appropriations. In this position, she counseled him on matters related to food safety and inspection, FDA regulation, country of origin and food labeling, and food and nutrition programs.
A native of Savannah, GA, Meg holds a Master of Public Health from Georgia State University and a Bachelor of Political Science from the University of Georgia.