Meghan Wareham is a first-year student at the Yale School of Management. Prior to coming to Yale, she worked at Clinton Health Access Initiative, where she managed initiatives with biotechnology and medical device companies to negotiate reduced pricing and improved service terms for diagnostics used to treat HIV and Hepatitis C in the developing world. As part of her work with CHAI, Meghan also spent a year living in Kampala, Uganda and supported the Ministry of Health in launching a new national diagnostics program for the treatment of HIV. Previously, Meghan worked in consulting in the government services and defense industries. Meghan holds a Bachelor’s degree in History and Literature from Harvard University and enjoys sailing, running, and traveling.