Megan K. Ellingson, MHA
Megan’s expertise is in collaborative planning and implementation to address health issues requiring both clinic and community approaches. Megan’s professional experience includes serving as a Health Policy and Program Coordinator at the Minneapolis Health Department, and as a Department Manager in women’s services and pastoral care at a large health system. Her direct patient care experience includes serving as a Patient Advocate and Clinical Services Coordinator at a California community clinic, as a Care Guide in late-life supportive care at a large health system, and as a hospice volunteer. She has led many successful multi-sector groups on topics such as pediatric obesity, chronic disease prevention, healthy homes, and maternity case management. Megan diplomatically navigates group dynamics, listens for areas of consensus, and collectively develops high-impact health interventions.
Megan has a BA in Human Biology/Medical Anthropology from Stanford University and a MHA in Healthcare Administration/Financial Management from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She completed her Administrative Fellowship at Intermountain Health Care in Salt Lake City, Utah.