Meaghan B. McMahon, MSW

Meaghan began her consulting practice in July 2015. Since that time, she has worked with local government agencies, for-profit, not-for-profit and start-up organizations in both the Washington D.C. metro area and San Francisco.

Meaghan earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Sociology from Cornell University where she graduated magna cum laude. Following graduation, she attended the University of Michigan School of Social Work as a Geriatric Scholar and in 2011 earned her Master of Social Work degree.

Prior to consulting, Meaghan was the Health Policy Analyst for the National Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) Association where she specialized in reviewing state and federal policy regulations affecting the dual eligible population. In 2013, Meaghan joined THE GREEN HOUSEĀ® Project team and as the Peer Network Project Manager she provided technical assistance to over 150 open and operating Green House homes across the United States.

For nearly two years, Meaghan acted as the volunteer Director of Outreach and Communication for the Washington D.C. Chapter of Aging2.0. Meaghan currently volunteers with the Dupont Circle Village.