Meaghan has been a delight to work with on NCOA’s Benefits Enrollment Centers project. With little supervision, she conducted the research for our grantee report, reworked the formatting to make it more eye catching, and wrote the report. As a result of the quality of work done to date, we have invited her to work with us on planning an upcoming conference.
Meaghan provides the highest quality of work for her clients. Her organization, writing and critical thinking skills make her an excellent asset to any organization looking to advance their mission. Most recently, Meaghan successfully co-wrote and submitted a grant request to the Retirement Research Foundation for NANASP to study the value of socialization in Older Americans Act congregate nutrition programs, which was fully funded for $20,000.
The value that we’ve seen with Meaghan’s work has been almost immediate and huge. Her wide range of experience makes any project with her fast to start and she gets to the point in a very professional manner. She handles timeline and deliverables with a minimum amount of guidance. Our whole team is using her work and clients are praising the input she has provided. Would recommend her work to anyone serious about the aging field.
Meaghan is a pleasure to work with. She is proactive, reliable, efficient and has excellent communication skills. She also has a great attitude and appetite to learn and jump into new tasks fearlessly.
Meaghan is fantastic to work with - diligent, flexible, smart and timely. She is incredibly reliable and does not hesitate to take on difficult tasks and challenging deadlines.
Working with Meaghan is a joy and highly valuable experience. As a researcher and writer, Meaghan brings to her work diligence, flexibility, creativity, and passion. She assists us in various aspects of our survey and mapping project and does an incredible job at data analysis including presentation of data in graphic forms.
With very little guidance, Meaghan attended District-wide leadership meetings, presented to the full Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) staff, coordinated and ran multiple focus groups, and drafted the final grant report for the U.S. Administration for Community Living. Meaghan always completed assignments well in advance of deadlines and was able to anticipate needs of her supervisor and colleagues.