Meghan Buzby has spent years as an advocate for people with serious diseases and unmet needs. She is currently the Executive Director for CHAMP - the Coalition for Headache and Migraine Patients. Meghan is passionate about helping people living with migraine, cluster and other headache diseases and works to raise and increase awareness, support the community, and provide education through CHAMP’s activities.
Prior to joining CHAMP, Meghan was the Executive Director for the American Migraine Foundation where she led the first ever multi-stakeholder migraine focused public awareness campaign. Before her time at the AMF, she led the International Myeloma Foundation’s domestic and global advocacy team where she oversaw all advocacy and policy initiatives, focused on prevention, innovation, access, and approval of treatments. Meghan and her team spearheaded three patient-focused coalitions: Global Myeloma Action Network (GMAN), the Patients Equal Access Coalition (PEAC) and the State Patients Equal Access Coalition (SPEAC).
Meghan has over 20 years of experience in advocacy relations, strategic planning and partnerships, marketing, and communications. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Towson University, and holds an MBA from Loyola University Maryland. She works remotely from her home in Hunt Valley, Maryland where she shares a life with her husband Chris, two children, and her dog Slim.