Megan Lavery
Director of Operations, Interim President

Megan rejoined EWH in January 2024 as the Director of Operations, bringing with her nearly a decade of experience within the organization. Megan's journey with EWH began as a student and SI participant, and she has since supported EWH through various roles, including On-the-Ground Coordinator, Institute Manager, and Senior Programs Manager.

With a background in biomedical engineering and international studies, Megan specializes in medical equipment design and repair for constrained environments. Megan also studied Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation at Makerere University in Uganda, reflecting her commitment to holistic problem-solving and community engagement. Her expertise, coupled with her hands-on approach, has contributed significantly to EWH's mission of advancing healthcare technology worldwide. Megan’s favorite part of her work is empowering students and engineering teams to make a tangible impact in low-resource settings. In her spare time, Megan loves spending time outdoors, traveling, going on motorcycle adventures, and pursuing her passion for building things.

Claire Atim
Biomedical Engineering & Education Consultant

Claire joined EWH as a BME Consultant in October 2022, having previously served as an On-the-Ground-Coordinator for Summer Institutes in Rwanda and Facilitator for EWH virtual exchange programs. She's also an alumna of our 2019 January Institute in Uganda, where she lives now. Claire is passionate about improving healthcare delivery in low-resource hospitals and has worked in Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, and Burundi. She earned her Bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering from Makerere University in Uganda. When she's not saving equipment and saving lives, she enjoys nature walks, reading, and exploring new cultures and countries. 


Daniel Trujillo
Biomedical Engineering & Education Consultant

Daniel joined EWH as a BME Consultant in February 2024, having previously served as an On-the-Ground-Coordinator for the 2024 Winter Institute In Guatemala. He is also an alumni of our 2023 Summer institute in Guatemala. Daniel is passionate about working in biomedical devices, designing and repairing medical devices. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering from Universidad del Valle de Guatemala. He enjoys traveling around Guatemala, learning new languages, and reading.