Meghan Gill, BA is a research assistant with the TBI Model System working primarily on the Late Effects of TBI (LE-TBI) study. Meghan graduated in June of 2019 from the University of Washington, Bothell with a BA in Community Psychology and a minor in Neuroscience. While a student at UW, she spent a month studying abroad in Chile, visiting several cities and learning about the mental and physical health care and concerns in the country. During her senior year at UW, she worked as an undergraduate researcher on several related studies focusing on the relationship between structural racism and individual beliefs.
A Seattleite born and raised, Meghan formerly worked as a barista at Starbucks prior to graduation. Fueled by coffee, in her free time she enjoys photography, exploring the many hiking trails in the area, or reading a good book.