Dr. Meg Molloy is the founder, President and CEO of Prevention Partners, a national prevention leader in innovative and high impact approaches to addressing the leading root causes of poor health,namely tobacco use prevention and cessation, poor nutrition, and physical inactivity.
Her career spans over 30 years in prevention, focusing on systems and community approaches to health behavior change. She has held leadership roles in state and local public health, clinical care in an academic health system, private consultation, and has taught at UNC’s School of Public Health.
Meg earned a DrPH in the Department of Health Policy and Administration with a minor in Epidemiology from the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she was a Public Health Leadership Fellow. She received an MPH in Nutrition from UNC, and her undergrad in Biology at the University of Louisville.