Meg is a founding partner at North Third. She works with organizations to design their data and reporting strategies, with a particular focus in public education and health.
In 2020, Meg served as an NYC[x] Innovation Fellow with the Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer. The fellowship was created in partnership with the U.S. Digital Response to focus on high-priority technology projects in response to the pandemic. Meg served as project lead on a team driving digital equity by mapping NYC assets to support universal broadband and 5G.
Meg previously served as Chief Strategy Officer at Tembo, Inc., where she led strategy for a suite of products that communicate school quality and equity data to the public. Before Tembo, Meg worked in a partnership with India’s national ministry of health to improve and better finance rural healthcare systems. She has consulted for the World Health Organization for many years on content design and data tools.
Meg is a Marshall Scholar and earned graduate degrees from the London School of Economics and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
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