Meag Doherty is an American design leader and public interest technologist with expertise in science and technology policy, program strategy, and public health. Since 2019, she has worked on user experience strategy at WONDROS for the All of Us Research Program at the National Institutes of Health and, most recently, as the All of Us Deputy Chief User Experience Officer. Meag is also a Fellow at the Software Sustainability Institute and has spent time mentoring open-source community leaders on how to work more openly.
Previously, Meag was a user experience lead at Agency CHIEF, helping clients like the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, National Park Foundation, and Rock The Vote to conduct user research and develop user experience strategies. During that time, Meag also frequently wrote and spoke about global open government and data initiatives and their impact on U.S. policies. Before that, Meag led policy, strategy, and research for governments and nonprofits like the Chicago City Council, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the OpenGov Foundation.
Meag started her career as a research assistant at the Center for Connected Health at MassGeneral Brigham, studying the impact of SMS-based interventions on exercise among patients with Type 2 Diabetes. There, she met technical and clinical mentors who would shape her trajectory toward the intersection of technology, policy, and health.