Meghan Schott (cont.)
Northwestern University/Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago for her child psychiatry fellowship. Prior to working at Children’s National, she worked at Denver Health and was actively involved in the community buprenorphine program. Now she works at Children’s National as the Medical Director of Psychiatric Emergency Services and is an Assistant Professor at the George Washington University Medical School in pediatrics, psychiatry, and emergency medicine. She has become an advocate in the community serving committees on local and national levels and serves as a co-chair on the DC Hospital Association Opioid Task Force, a member of the DC Hospital Associations Behavioral Health Collaborative, a committee member of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) Early Career Psychiatry Committee and of AACAP Emergency Child Psychiatry committee, on the executive board for Washington Psychiatric Society, and a regional representative for the ACCAP Assembly. She also serves as a committee member of Academy of Consult Liaison Psychiatrists (ACLP) program subcommittee for Early Career Psychiatrists. Due to these advocacy efforts, she has become a Child Health Advocate Institute (CHAI) affiliate faculty member. She also serves on several hospital committees including: The Disruptive Patient Task Force, the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, the Diversity and Inclusion Education Subcommittee, and the SAFER committee for gun violence and is actively involved in STEM mentorship.