Meaghan E. Mingo, MPH
Executive Vice President of Research and Evaluation
In her capacity as Executive Vice President, Meaghan oversees the evaluation of academic enrichment programs, early childhood education programs, and provides consultation on evaluation of education programs.
Meaghan Mingo is a researcher and evaluator with experience in evaluation design, instrument
development, data collection, qualitative analysis, and reporting in education and public health settings.
In addition to her work with Make One, Meaghan currently serves as a Research Analyst at Westat, a
social sciences research firm in Rockville, MD, where she works on research and evaluation projects
for a variety of clients, including the National Science Foundation, the Food and Drug Administration,
the District of Columbia Public Schools, and other education and health agencies and nonprofits.
Meaghan regularly develops instruments such as surveys and interview guides, conducts focus groups
and interviews, and develops plans for evaluation projects to meet diverse client and community needs.
Prior to joining Westat, she worked in research and evaluation at two education organizations: the nonprofit Facing History and Ourselves, as well as Big Brother Big Sister of America.
Meaghan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Emmanuel College, and received her Master of
Public Health from Drexel University with a focus in Community Health and Prevention, where she
participated in an NIH-funded program to develop researchers focused on health disparities. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Sociology at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.