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MEGAN CHRISTOFIELD

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Megan Christofield is a Project Director and Advisor at Jhpiego, providing leadership to family planning programs and the organization’s self-care portfolio. She specializes in supporting teams through contraceptive introduction and scale-up, using systematic advocacy approaches, and applying design thinking. She is a creative thinker and recognized thought leader, published in the journals of Global Health: Science and Practice, Conflict & Health, and STAT, and interviewed in WIRED Magazine; she was also the winner of the 2019 Future of Family Planning Thought Leadership award. Megan is trained in reproductive health, advocacy, and design thinking from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Megan has been engaged with the SCTG since 2019 as a member of the Evidence & Learning Working Group and the SCTG’s inaugural Steering Committee, where she helped develop the SCTG’s new strategy.

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MEGAN CHRISTOFIELD

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Megan Christofield is a Project Director and Advisor at Jhpiego, providing leadership to family planning programs and the organization’s self-care portfolio. She specializes in supporting teams through contraceptive introduction and scale-up, using systematic advocacy approaches, and applying design thinking. She is a creative thinker and recognized thought leader, published in the journals of Global Health: Science and Practice, Conflict & Health, and STAT, and interviewed in WIRED Magazine; she was also the winner of the 2019 Future of Family Planning Thought Leadership award. Megan is trained in reproductive health, advocacy, and design thinking from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Megan has been engaged with the SCTG since 2019 as a member of the Evidence & Learning Working Group and the SCTG’s inaugural Steering Committee, where she helped develop the SCTG’s new strategy.