Megan Lenneman, MS


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Megan Lenneman, MS

(she/her)

Contributing Editor

 


BIO


Megan Lenneman is the Education Program Manager at the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care. In this role, Megan supports the Center’s education initiatives and works closely with students and faculty on initiatives including Scaling Community Outreach in Primary Care Education (S.C.O.P.E.), the Camden Coalition’s Interprofessional Student Hotspotting Learning Collaborative, and the Harvard Home for Family Medicine. She also advises the Student Leadership Committee, providing mentorship and guidance on projects, including leadership coaching. Megan also serves on the Harvard Medical School Joint Committee on the Status of Women and is an undergraduate student adviser for Harvard College’s Board of First-Year Advisers. Megan holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the College of William and Mary and a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration and Policy from Northwestern University; her thesis work examined ways to combat attrition in women in science and medicine. Prior to her current role, Megan worked at the Women’s Health Research Institute at the Feinberg School of Medicine where she contributed to research and publications on oncofertility and reproductive science education. Professionally, Megan has worked in a variety of academic settings in roles involving student advising, medical education, curriculum development, research implementation, writing, admissions, and student affairs.