Bureau for Global Health, USAID
Meghan Holohan is the Tuberculosis Multilateral and Country Support Advisor in the Infectious Diseases Division, Office of Health, Infectious Diseases and Nutrition at USAID. In that capacity, Meghan manages the TBTEAM grant, which focuses on addressing Global Fund grant bottlenecks, and participates in the USG Technical Assistance Core Group. She provides technical support to the TB section of the WHO Consolidated Grant, the Stop TB Partnership Grant, USAID's Inter-Agency Agreement with the CDC, and other core-funded mechanisms. She also provides support to the GH/HIDN/ID team on USG collaboration and coordination and provides technical assistance to USAID country level TB programs.
Prior to her fellowship with the Public Health Institute through USAID's Global Health Fellows Program, Meghan was a Program Analyst, Tuberculosis and Neglected Tropical Diseases with Pal-Tech at USAID. She also volunteered in Costa Rica with WorldTeach, and completed a research study in Senegal with UNFPA. She holds a Master of Arts in International Affairs from The New School University and a BA in History from the College of Holy Cross.