Caitlin McMonagle

Research Fellow

Caitlin McMonagle (She/Her) is the Research Fellow at the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation. Her role at NHWF includes deep-dive research, data analysis, and data visualization for NHWF’s various publications supporting and empowering women and girls in New Hampshire. Caitlin is currently a candidate for a Masters of Public Health and a Graduate Certificate in Health Data Science from UNH with an anticipated graduation date in May 2024. She volunteers with the Crisis Center of Central NH.

Prior to her graduate studies, Caitlin, as a biomedical engineering undergraduate from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, had a full 15+ year career in the medical device industry in Quality Engineering and Project Management roles. Through the pandemic and also in response to local and national focus and shifts in women’s rights issues, Caitlin felt highly motivated to begin a new career in public health with a focus on research and influencing policies regarding women’s health, health equity, abortion access, and reducing gender and racial disparities.

Caitlin defines happiness through her simple life in central NH with her partner and best friend Wyatt and their amazing rescue border collies, Fife and Cèilidh. She’s energized by riding her fast motorcycle, capturing her backyard bird friends in the lenses of her camera and binoculars, absorbing true crime documentaries, sampling the newest cookie creations from Wyatt’s baking business, and cultivating a garden full of veggies and native wildflowers.