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Meghan Butler has experience in conducting applied research and evaluation on public health projects across New Jersey. She has supported evaluations for local health departments, community organizations, universities, and state agencies. She has experience in project management, performance measurement, and working with initiatives serving diverse populations. She has also worked in direct service as a Case Manager to people experiencing homelessness. Currently at CREEHS, she manages a statewide evaluation of the NJ SNAP-Ed project with the NJ Department of Health.
Meghan holds a Master of Arts in Counseling with a concentration in school counseling from Montclair State University.