Megan Dunnigan

Megan Dunnigan

Data Analyst, Center for Behavioral Health and Justice

Megan Dunnigan


Megan joined the Center for Behavioral Health and Justice in August 2019. She obtained her Masters in Social Work from Wayne State University in 2017, focusing her education on social science research and policy. Prior to joining the CBHJ, she worked at Wayne State University’s School of Social Work as the Research Director on a federally-funded research project aiming to lower rates of teen dating violence in at-risk areas. Dunnigan’s professional background has largely focused on data collection, management, and analysis; manuscript and report generation; and program evaluation. In particular, she is passionate about improving outcomes for persons involved in the criminal justice system.


Megan’s primary role is the cleaning, conditioning, managing, and analysis of multiple data sets from jails, courts, and state-level agencies. In addition to these data responsibilities, she also assists in the writing of manuscripts and government reports.

Degrees and Certifications

  • Limited License Master Social Worker (LLMSW)
  • MSW, Wayne State University
  • BA, Psychology, Oakland University

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