Megan is an Obstetrician & Gynecologist currently practicing in Chicago, IL at Northwestern Medicine. She completed her residency in Washington, DC at Georgetown University Hospital and Washington Hospital Center in 2015. Her passions include high risk obstetrics and minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. She focuses her practice on comprehensive care of the body, mind and spirit to help patients become the best version of themselves. She strives to empower patients about their health in order to optimize health care and outcomes. The diversity of her training as well as her international experiences in Tanzania help to define her global perspective of women’s health and access to medical care. In September 2010, Megan traveled to Tanzania where she worked in both the hospital and remote clinic settings. By engulfing herself in the culture and participating in the care of undeserved women, she was able to identify specific needs of the surrounding population. Through collaborative efforts, new medical equipment, supplies and staff, a new women’s care clinic opened near Arusha to serve surrounding communities. The FFF is currently involved with several organizations focused on women’s health including the Worldwide Fistula Fund and Village Health Partners. She continues to advocate for women’s health and is interested in supporting programs that increase both awareness and access to health care.