Meredith graduated from Brandeis University with a B.A in International & Global Studies and Anthropology. In her final year of her undergraduate career, she was admitted to the senior honors thesis program where she conducted a research project that explored the experience of carrying a genetic mutation. Through studying topics like the medical definition of risk, the embodiment of risk, and how individuals are at-risk in the American healthcare system, Meredith’s research project told the story of the mutation carriers that she worked with and advocated for more equitable systems of care.
Prior to joining Global Health Strategies, Meredith held roles in policy-oriented legal domains, spanning immigration law, guardianship, and family law. Additionally, she demonstrated her commitment to fostering community growth through her roles at environmental advocacy agencies and organizing student enrichment volunteer programs in after-school settings.