Megan Reeve Snair, M.P.H., Partner, Global and Population Health Director with SGNL Solutions, contributes global health, technical writing, and editing expertise while also fulfilling writing assignments individually for clients ranging from pithy blog posts to evidence-based academic white papers to ghostwritten book chapters across a range of health and wellness topics. Previously she was a senior program officer with the Board on Global Health at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and directed consensus studies on Global Health and the Future of the United States and Improving the Quality of Health Care
Globally, coauthoring accompanying reports. While at the National Academies she was also part of the
Global Health Risk Framework team and led the planning of multiple workshops related to the
2014 Ebola outbreak, examining both international and domestic impacts. Her portfolio
consisted primarily of projects related to medical and public health preparedness, global health
security, and community and health system resilience. Ms. Snair received her Master’s in Public
Health from Boston University concentrating in Epidemiology, and holds a Bachelor of Science
degree in Biophysics from St. Lawrence University in New York.