Meg Molloy, DrPH

Adjunct Assistant Professor Department of Health Behavior

Meg Molloy is president and CEO of Prevention Partners, which she founded in 1998. Her career spans 30 years in prevention, health behavior change and health policy. Her work has focused primarily on nutrition, physical activity, and tobacco prevention and cessation. Her experience in nonprofit leadership and organizational development, media relations, policy development, consulting and public health nutrition practice have made her a sought-after expert at the state and national level. Dr. Molloy also has taught and conducted research at the Gillings School, Duke University Medical Center and Duke School of Medicine.

Practice Activities

Health behavior change
Nutrition and physical activity
Obesity
Rural health
Tobacco use prevention and cessation
Workplace health

Staff/Administrative Duties

Faculty research collaboration
Guest lectures
Serve as practicum preceptor

Education

DrPH, Health Policy and Administration with minor in Epidemiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1996

MPH, Nutrition, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1985