Economic Opportunity Division
Meghan Wills serves as program director for the Economic Opportunity Division of the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, where she supports governors’ staff and state policymakers in strengthening their workforce development and human services systems. Her areas of focus include work-based learning, apprenticeship, occupational licensing, efficient and effective government, workforce and human services supports to youth and young adults, employment of people with disabilities and reducing childhood hunger.
Wills has served several roles in the Economic Opportunity division, including senior policy analyst, policy analyst and policy intern. Before joining NGA, she served as relationship manager and campaign associate for United Way of the Greater Triangle, and as senior development associate and development associate for the Epilepsy Association.
Wills holds a master’s degree in public policy from The George Washington University and a bachelor of arts degree in English from The College of Wooster.
Meghan originally hails from Ohio.