Meghan is a Hattiesburg native. She attended the University of Southern Mississippi where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a minor in Early Childhood Studies.
While in school, Meghan worked full time as a clinical assistant on the Adult Psychiatric floor at
Pine Grove. Upon graduating, Ms. Myrick took a job with Pine Belt Mental Healthcare
Resources as the Supervisor of the Adult Day-habilitation program- a Medicaid funded
Intellectual/Developmental Disability program. In 2010, Meghan became a Behavioral Health
contractor for Eagle Applied Sciences. She was stationed at Camp Shelby within the Medical
Task Force. As a Behavioral Health contractor, Ms. Myrick assessed service members’ mental
status for fitness for duty. She served as a member of the Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness
team for 3 years and was an integral part of the Process of Improvement Committee.
In early 2013, Meghan decided to move from military services and return to her passion:
serving adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Meghan currently serves as the
program manager for the Hattiesburg Brandi’s Hope location