Meredith is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner with over fifteen years of experience within multiple facets of the medical community. After graduating Cum Laude from the University of Rhode Island with degrees in Biology and Spanish, Meredith went on to pursue further education from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, MA, where she obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Nursing. Upon graduation, Meredith directly commissioned into the United States Air Force where she served five years as a medical officer before transitioning to civilian medicine. Meredith is continuing her studies as a doctoral candidate at Johns Hopkins University, where she is pursuing her Masters in Business Administration as well as her Doctorate of Nursing Practice.
Prior to joining The MAVEN Project, Meredith previously worked as the Director of Telehealth for the Partnership Health Center, a non-profit community health clinic, where she pioneered the rollout of a successful telehealth initiative, delivering primary care to the uninsured of southern Georgia. Meredith specializes in the use of technology to optimize patient outcomes and to improve access to care for vulnerable populations. Meredith believes the adoption of digital health services is integral to the correction of inequities in the modern medical landscape.