Meredith joined the Packard Foundation in 2012 with ten years of experience conducting research, implementing programs and developing internal and external reporting, monitoring, and evaluation processes to improve organizational learning. Prior to joining the Foundation, Meredith advised various social change organizations on program development and evaluation, including organizations focused on prevention of mass violence, women’s empowerment, income generation, and governance reform. Most recently, Meredith led Humanity United’s monitoring, evaluation, and learning work –overseeing the implementation of the organization’s planning, assessment, and learning guidelines, which she co-developed in 2009. Meredith holds a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Washington’s Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs. She began her career in international development and assessment as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ghana, where she pioneered efforts to evaluate its work on the eradication of guinea worm.