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Meg Garratt-Reed has built significant experience evaluating health policy, working with national and local advocacy organizations, and managing complex health care initiatives, partners, and communications efforts.

Before joining United States of Care, Meg was most recently a Consultant with Manatt Health, where she worked on projects focused on tracking federal policy developments, the design of state Medicaid programs, and quality improvement. Prior to joining Manatt, she served as Special Assistant to the Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Delivery System Reform at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), where she supported the agency’s senior leadership team in communicating key priorities to diverse stakeholders. Before her appointment at CMS, Meg worked for more than five years in the office of Congresswoman Chellie Pingree, most recently as Director of Operations and Legislative Assistant. In that role, she provided analysis and advice on a wide range of policy matters related to health care and human services and acted as the Congresswoman’s associate staff in her capacity as a member of the House Committee on Appropriations.

Meg is an alumna of Wellesley College and holds a Master’s degree in Public Management from Johns Hopkins University.