Megan Wolfe is the Senior Policy Development Manager at TFAH, where she works with the Policy Development team to advance a modernized, accountable public health system. Ms. Wolfe has been engaged in public policy and advocacy for over 20 years and has represented Fortune 500 and non-profit organizations. Most recently she served as Government Relations Manager for ASCD, an international education association comprising teachers, principals, superintendents, and higher education professionals. Primarily focused on education issues, she advocated for a whole-child approach to education, increased support for educator professional development, and raising the federal investment for education overall. Prior to her association with ASCD, she served as Government Relations Manager for the National Association for Sport and Physical Education, coordinating and leading all their federal advocacy efforts, including their annual lobby day, public policy agenda, and state affiliate advocacy efforts. She also has Capitol Hill experience, serving as a staff member for the Senate Judiciary Committee working on the federal judgeship confirmation process.
Ms. Wolfe received her undergraduate degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin and earned a J.D. from the Antonin Scalia Law School (formerly the George Mason University School of Law).