Megan Streeter specializes in helping foundations and education entities develop strategic approaches to support student, staff, and community mental health and well-being.
Since joining Mathematica in 2021, Streeter has worked on a wide range of projects related to K–12 education, mental and behavioral health, economic mobility, and strategy development. She currently leads projects with the Mid-Atlantic Regional Educational Laboratory, partnering with the Pennsylvania Department of Education to improve the social-emotional well-being of students and staff in the commonwealth. Streeter also supports state and local education agencies through the Medicaid Technical Assistance Center, providing billing support for mental and behavioral health services in schools. In addition, she supports community engagement efforts by developing human-centered design activities and facilitating engaging meetings and workshops for internal and external audiences.
Streeter previously worked for two regional education entities providing technical assistance and training to school districts in Washington State on school climate, threat assessment, restorative practices, wraparound services, drug and alcohol prevention, violence prevention, and multi-tiered systems of support. She holds a B.A. in elementary education from Wheaton College and an M.P.H. in community-oriented public health from the University of Washington.