Meaghan Miller lives in her family home in Summit County with her husband Dylan and two sons. Someone's left shoe is always missing and Fiona the dog sheds constantly. She received her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Colorado Mesa University, and her Master's from University of Denver. She began her career as an Athletic Trainer at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center and other physical therapy clinics, but ultimately found professional fulfillment in the non-profit sector.
Meaghan has over a decade of experience with healthcare policy and clinical care. She is currently the development manager at People's Health Clinic, a 501(c)(3) serving the uninsured of Summit and Wasatch Counties, in Park City. Additionally, she sits on the Advisory Board for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah and, she is involved in civil liberties advocacy - she's a fighter for you. Meaghan is a member of multiple coalitions advocating for policies to improve social equity. Areas such as patient access to healthcare, social detriments of health, education and working families especially important to her.
Meaghan and her family are passionate about the Wasatch Back lifestyle. Her kids are avid outdoor enthusiasts and dirt follows them everywhere. She loves running, barre class and biking - along flat trails. Meaghan hates to cook, loves coffee anytime of day, animals - except snakes and reruns of Friends.