Tegan has led the Maternal Mortality Prevention Team’s Program Section since August 2019. In this role, she leads the management of the state awards under the Enhancing Reviews and Surveillance to Eliminate Maternal Mortality (ERASE Maternal Mortality) Program and the coordination of these state awards within the larger ERASE Maternal Mortality initiative. Prior to joining the Maternal Mortality Prevention Team, Tegan held a variety of roles as Health Scientist and Senior Public Health Advisor in CDC’s Center for Global Health (CGH), Division of Global HIV and Tuberculosis’s Maternal and Child Health Branch from 2013-2019. Before her time in CGH, Tegan was a CDC Public Health Prevention Service Fellow from 2010-2013. Tegan received her Master in Public Health from University of Washington and initiated her public health career as a community health volunteer with the Peace Corps in the Kingdom of eSwatini from 2004-2006.