Where are the Women in Health Care Leadership? Why Gender Bias Matters and How to Fix

Meghan Phillipp

Health Care Council of Chicago, Third Horizon Strategies

Meghan Phillipp is the inaugural Executive Director of HC3 (Health Care Council of Chicago), an initiative of MATTER and Third Horizon Strategies. HC3 is an action-oriented collaborative that brings together leaders from across the health care system to address Chicago’s most important health-related issues. In this role, she facilitates the core operating activities, oversees the development of the organization’s strategic goals and cultivates partnerships and opportunities to improve the health of local communities. Meghan is also a member of the Third Horizon Strategies leadership team as a Managing Director, advising on strategic projects and contributing to the growth and development of the company. 


Meghan has over eight years of diverse experience in the fields of development, marketing, and community engagement. Throughout her career she has worked in start-ups and nonprofits, developing programming and events, building sustainable relationships, and fostering new and innovative ideas. Prior to her current roles, Meghan was the Corporate Relations and Special Events Manager at CommunityHealth. She continues to engage in advancing CommunityHealth’s mission by serving as a member of their Associate Board, as well as the 2020 All In Chicago Series Fundraising Committee.


Meghan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music with a Minor in Theatre Arts from Lawrence University and is a 2022 Baumhart Scholar MBA Candidate at Loyola University of Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business.  She also has a certification in Digital Marketing from General Assembly

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