Meghan Lusby-Treber has more than 18 years of experience in emergency public health and medical preparedness and emergency management. She evaluates preparedness programs and policy and develops comprehensive solutions such as strategic policy initiatives; strategic, operational, and tactical plans; training; and exercises.
Ms. Treber has served as a paramedic and emergency medical services chief. She has worked in federal public health emergency preparedness and response as a consultant and federal employee, developing and supporting numerous public health preparedness programs. As a senior analyst for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Health Emergency Preparedness, Ms. Treber served as operations chief for major federal disaster operations and national special security events, specifically the 2005 presidential inauguration and Hurricane Katrina. She has held numerous senior leadership positions for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, including State Public Health Preparedness Director and Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Health on Public Health and Medical System Resilience and Special Assistant to the Governor for Emergency Preparedness.