Megan Wolff

Megan is a public health historian who uses history to inform policy. After receiving her master’s and doctorate in public health from Columbia University, she spent over a decade at Weill Cornell Medical College working with issues in mental health policy. She moved to Beyond Plastics because she believes that climate change is the greatest contemporary threat to human health and that the overproduction of plastics touches every phase of the climate fight. She lives with her family in New Paltz, New York.

Beyond Plastics
Policy Director