Meg Stoltzfus MS

Lifespan Services Manager, Johns Hopkins University

Meg Stoltzfus is the Lifespan Services Manager in the Office of Work, Life and Engagement at Johns Hopkins University.  In this role, Meg helps employees plan for family transitions and investigate care giving resources across the lifespan.  She develops new programs and facilitates workshops for employees, such as parenting strategies and services for aging adults in order to help Johns Hopkins employees better manage the competing demands of work and life. While at Johns Hopkins, Meg has developed a program to assist pre-retirees in preparing for the psychological and social transition to retirement.  At the other end of the lifespan, Meg coordinates the Breastfeeding Support Program at Johns Hopkins, which has recently won national acclaim for its innovative vending machine for breastfeeding moms.  This machine, believed to be the first of its kind, provides critical supplies to nursing mothers at their workplace.  Meg is also the co-author of a chapter in a recent book, Breastfeeding Best Practices in Higher Education, which highlights the forward-thinking work of Johns Hopkins in employer-sponsored breastfeeding support.  Meg received her M.S. in counseling from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Maryland.  She also earned a certificate in Geriatric Care Management in 2011.  Before joining the WorkLife staff at Johns Hopkins in 2008, Meg worked extensively in substance abuse treatment field as a counselor, clinical supervisor, trainer, and administrator.  She lives in Baltimore with her husband and two children.