Megan Haggerty


  • Graduate Ambassador, M.S., Community Health Education

Double Warrior, Megan Haggerty, is continuing her education at Merrimack College to complete her Master of Science in Community Health Education.

During her last semester as an undergraduate student at Merrimack, Megan worked to complete two graduate classes in the spring of 2020 as a part of the Double Warrior program. As she graduated in May, she not only had a Bachelor of Science in Health Science with a minor in chemistry, but she also had completed two courses towards her master’s degree. Having then enrolled in the Master of Science in Community Health Education program as a graduate student, Megan was awarded the opportunity to work as a fellow in the School of Health Science and with Graduate Admissions.

Megan is a Social Determinants of Health Research & Teaching fellow who instructs a health literacy course to adult english as a second language learners in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and co-teaches a Social Determinants of Health course to undergraduate students at Merrimack. With the implementation of these courses, Megan is able to collect qualitative and quantitative data to evaluate and examine educational outcomes. In addition to her health science fellowship, Megan is also a fellow for the Office of Graduate Admissions in which she has worked to launch and manage the Graduate Ambassador program.

Interested in the School of Health Sciences, the Double Warrior program, or the fellowship process? Contact Megan!